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THE "BEAR " STAFF, IN 

CONGRATULATING 

THE CLASS OF "81", 

PRESENTS 

"YOU ARE THE FUTURE 



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THE NINETEEN-EIGHTY ONE BEAR 
SHAW UNIVERSITY 



118 E. SOUTH STREET 

RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA 27611 

jACQUELYN M. YOUNG 

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 



FOREWORD 



"YOU AND YOUR FUTURE" 

Shaping And Shocking Future Behavior 

There appears in the behavior of man today an increasing 
"future-consciousness" in terms of survival and eschato- 
logical speculation. In responding to hurtling accelerated, 
uncontrollable, unpredictable and uncertain change, man's 
ability to cope with present and future demands is threat- 
ening to undo us. We ask. What will my future be like? 
What will be the shape of the future? The search for an- 
swers to these questions is mind-bogging, complex and 
heuristic. 

Kierkegaard concluded that: "Life must be understood 
backward, but must be lived forward". For certain, the fu- 
ture belongs to the efficient and to those prepared. If you 
do not prepare and plan for the future, then you prepare 
and plan to fail. The future is now, today! We suffer fu- 
ture shock now. Alvin Toffler, in his book Future Shock, 
defines future shock as: "The distress, both physical and 
psychological, that arises from an overload of the human 
organism's physical adaptive systems and its decision-mak- 
ing processes". In other words, future shock is the human 
response to overstimulation, which can cause a "crash" in 
future landing. The amount of stress and strain now im- 
posed on the individual may well overstretch and over- 
load his capacity to adopt, adjust, and cope with the now 
and the later. 

Modern man today is caught between a dilemma of living 
in the best of times and simultaneously the worst of 
times. On the one hand, for example, we are living in a 
scientific technological age of space shuttles, moon land- 
ing, nuclear energy, subscription interactive cable-qube 
T.V. providing audience participation in dialogue, banking, 
polling, politics, education, security, etc., by pushing but- 
tons on the set at home. On the other hand, at the same 



time, we are living in the throes of inflation, unemploy- 
ment and high taxation; a resurgence/resurrection of the 
KKK and Nazi groups; a returning to neighborhood 
schools, outlawing busing for integration; a slip-sliding 
backward to a conservative mood in politics, religion, race 
relations; a rise of the "moral majority", the electronic 
fundamentalist churches and the new right; a revival of 
crime and violence as expressed in killings of black inno- 
cent children (Atlanta), of black males (Buffalo), of presi- 
dents and leaders; and a spreading/contagion of unethical 
corruption as demonstrated in dishonesty, mistrust, greed, 
bribes, cover-ups, abscams, riots and others. The trend re- 
sembles a "slip-sliding backward". 

Yet, in spite of the seemingly imposing gloom and doom, 
there remains an optimistic hope and a bright side some- 
where. It's up to us to find it and fan its flame. Remem- 
ber, the future is in God's hand and our hand. God gave 
us two ends: one to sit on and one to think with, it's up 
to you which one you use. Heads you win, tails you lose! 
The lyrics of the song, "Swinging on a Star" are relevant: 

Would you like to swing on a star 

Carry moon-beams home in a jar, 

and be better off than you are . . . 

Finally, I do not know what the shape of the future will 
be, or what the future holds for me. But I do know who 
controls and holds the future — God, who will shape and 
control your behavior if you let him. Shakespeare writes: 
"There is a Divinity that shapes our ends, rough-hew them 
how we will". I believe this truism. And because He (God) 
lives, I can face tomorrow without fear, and remain ALIVE, 
FULLY FUNCTIONING, AND COMING TO TERMS WITH 
MY ENVIRONMENT, today, tomorrow and forever. It's up 
to you to do likewise! 

Dr. Grady Davis 
Professor of Psychology 



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CONTENTS 

Foreword 2 

Dedication 5 

Administration & Faculty 6 

Class of 1981 28 

Juniors 41 

Sophomores 45 

Freshmen 50 

Organizations 56 

Sports % 

Homecoming/Queens 122 

Special Features/Activities 153 

Who's Who 174 

Divinity School 180 

Graduation '81' 200 

Acknowledgements 209 

BEAR Exponent 210 

Senior Ads 213 

Senior Directory 225 



THE BEAR EXPONENT 1980-81 



Jacquelyn Young 
Audrey James 
Josephine Holmes 
Katherine Washington 
Darlene Vinson 
Gwendolyn Colleton 
Joseph Woods 
Adebayo Oladoye 
Hinton Studio 



Editor-in-Chief 
Executive Editor 
Associate Editor 
Secretary 

Special Features/Typist 
Layout Editor 
Campus Photographer 
Campus Photographer 
Photographer 



Staff: Robert Caple, David Coble, l^thronia Stewart, Willie J. Hardee II 
Mr. Paul Vandergrift 
Mr. Mack Sowell 



Advisor 
Special Advisor 



Inter-Collegiate Press 
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SHAW UNIVERSITY 
^ ALMA MATER 



HAIL, DEAR OLD SHAW U 
THY SONS REVERE THY NAME, 
LONG SHALL THY WORKS BE PROUD 
UNDIMMED THY FAME. 
TIME SHALL THY PRAISES SING, 
GLORY REPAY THY TEARS, 
AND LOUD THY PRAISES RING 
THROUGH ALL THE YEARS. 

NOBLE THY HALLWAYS 
NOBLE THY GRASSY PLAINS, 
NOBLER THE HEARTS OF MEN 
WHERE THOU DOST REIGN. 
ALL WE WHO LOVE THY NAME 
STOUT HEARTS THAT SHALL NOT FAIL, 
ALL RISE AND LOUD PROCLAIM, 
ALMA MATER, HAIL!! 



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GREETrNGS FROM THE PRESIDENT 




Dr. Stanley H. Smith, President 
The Shaw University 




To The Class of 1981: 

A yearbook should be a reflection and/or a microcosm of the activities of a college or a university. This year's produc- 
tion of the Shaw University Bear Yearbook exemplifies just that. 

It mirrors the basic philosophy of Shaw University with its emphasis on the learning process. It is congruent with Shaw's 
basic educational philosophy that education should be a living process and should be useful. 

It demonstrates, moreover, that education should establish functional linkages between theory and practice with the 
underlying assumption that the importance of knowledge lies in its use. 

More specifically, it is additionally reflective of the basic assumption of Shaw University that It is possible to be liberally 
educated for the world of work as its curriculum provides meaningful answers to the philosophical questions posed by 
the educational philosophies of W.E. Dubois and Booker T. Washington. 

Shaw University holds to a holistic view of education by drawing no significant distinction operationally between aca- 
demic and non-academic activities. 

All of the activities represented in this yearbook are, therefore, geared towards their learning implications for students 
and contribute greatly to making the whole college environment conducive to learning. 

Congratulations are, therefore, in order for making the publication, in terms of content and coverage, representative of 
the mission and purposes of Shaw University. 

Sincerely yours, 

Stanley H. Smith 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



John H. Baker, Jr. 
Priscilla Brodie 
J. Melville Broughton 
Clark S. Brown 
Maurice Brown 
Kanawha Z. Chavis 
G. Raymond Christiansen 
Jyles J. Coggins 
C.C. Craig 

C. Melvin Creecy, Sr. 
Milton Daniels 
George C. Debnam 
loe Louis Dudley, Sr. 
Chancy R. Edwards 
John H. Foster 
). Jasper Freeman 
George Goodwin 
Lawrence Gould 
Jimmy Green 
O.L. Hairston 
Dorothy Haith 
William S. Herrmann 




O.L. Sherrill, Chairman 

Trustee Board of Shaw University 



FAREWELL TO THE GRADUATES— 1981 

After four years of sojoum within the walls of this historic in- 
stitution, you depart to enter into a rather turbulent world. We 
trust that these four years have been a period of mental, social, 
moral, and religious discipline that has prepared you for the 
larger school of life. Here you have been sheltered, there you 
will be exposed; here you have been guided by teachers and 
counselors, there you must look for guidance from within your- 
selves. 

Your training at Shaw University was designed to fit you for 
service to others and not to yourselves; but "If you give to the 
worid the best you have, the best will come back to you." We 
admonish you to give your best in whatever area you have the 
opportunity to serve, however humble your task may be, for it 
is the quality of the man that dignifies the job and not the job 
the man. 

You go forth with the blessings of your Trustee Board of 
Shaw University upon you, and may you prove yourselves wor- 
thy of being numbered among her illustrious sons and daugh- 
ters. 



Paul H. Johnson 
William H. Jones, Jr. 
Mrs. Daniel M. Lotz 
John Lucas, Sr. 
John R. Manley 
George Monk 
Milton Owens 
Leslie A. Pearce 
Paul C. Perkins 
William C. Raines 
Moses A. Ray 
Fred Raymond 
O.L. Sherrill 
Israel Singleton 
A.J. Turner 
Guthrie Turner 
John W. White 
James E. Wilson 
John W. Winters 
Stevie Wonder 
Smedes York 



Farewell! 




Dr. Stanley H. Smith, President 
The Shaw University 




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Dr. Wilmoth Carter 
Vice-President for Academic Af- 
fairs/Research 





Mrs. Gloria Smith 
Assistant to Vice-President for 
Academic Affairs/Research, As- 
sistant Dean of Students 





Mrs. Martha Wheeler 
Assistant to Vice-President 
for Academic Affairs/ 
Research 



Mrs. Mildred Hooker 
Administrative Assistant 




Mrs. Roberta Floyd 

Administrative Assistant to the President 




Mrs. Marilyn Fields 
Personnel Director 




Mrs. Geneva Highsmith 
Swithboard Operator 



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Rev. Ronald Swain 
University Minister 
Associate Dean of Students 




Mr. Thomas Kee 
Vice-President for University 
Relations 



Mr. Mack Sowed 
Dean of Students 



Mr. Robert Powell 

Special Assistant to President 




Dr. John Flemming 
Director of Church Relations 



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Mr. Daniel White Miss Brenda Peques 

Administrative Assistant/ Administrative Assistant/CAPE 
Student Affairs 




Mr. O. A. Dupree 
Assistant for Church Rela- 
tions 



Dr. Patrick Elliot 

Director of Research Support 

& Development 



Mr. Calvin Swinson 
Director/University Services 



Mrs. Linda Jones 

Secretary/Developmental 

Studies 




Mrs. Minnie Sangster 
Instructor of English 



Mrs. Barbara Byrd Mrs. Alice Flemming 

Secretary/Counseling Center Assistant AIDP Coordinator 



Mr. George Parker 
Night Foreman 




OFFICE OF DEVELOPMENT 



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Mr. Paul Vandergrift, Jr. 
Director of Development 
Special Assistant to Presi- 
dent 



Mr. James Mitchell 
Director of Admissions/ 
Recruitment 



Mrs. Elizabeth Badgette 

Dr. Kenneth Wilkins 

Mr. Thalmus Rasulala 

Mr. R. Andrew McManus 

Mr. Giles Harris 

Mr. LeCounte Conaway 

Mr. David C. Linton 

Mr. Gary Mayo 

Mr. Kevin Lyons 

Miss Cathis Hall 

Mr. Victor Henderson 

Miss Sharon Newkirk 

Miss Debra Moore 



Secretary 

Alumni/ Annual Fund Coor- 
dinator 

Cultural Affairs Coordina- 
tor/Artist in Residence 
Communications Specialist 
Communications Specialist 
Communications Specialist 
Audio/Video Technician 
(WSHA) 

NOAA Weather Radio 
NOAA Weather Radio 
Audio/Video Technician 
(WSHA) 

Supervisor, NOAA Weather 
Radio 

Announcer NOAA 
Announcer NOAA 




Mrs. Constance Mitchell Mrs. Pat Harris 
Admissions Coordinator Recruiter 



Mrs. Debra McManus 
Secretary/Admissions 



Mr. Delmar Harris 
Recruiter 



Mrs. Vivian Galbreath 
Secretary /Development 




Mrs. Willie High 
Associate Professor/English 





Dr. Joseph Griska 
Associate Professor/English 




Mrs. Minnie McMillan 
Assistant Professor/Art 

Dr. Robert Hastings 
Associate Professor/English 



Dr. H. Donnell Lewis 

Division Chairman 

Associate Professor/ Audiology 

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Miss Floretta Barrett 
Secretary 




Dr. Elizabeth Laizner 
Professor/Foreign Language 




Mr. Horace C. Caple 
Associate Professor/The- 
atre 




Dr. Nancy Ping 
Associate Professor/Music 

Dr. David K. Osborne 
Associate Professor/ 
Speech Pathology 




Learning 
Resources 
Center 




Mr. Clarence Toomer 
Director of Library /LRC 




Miss Raymona A. Jones 
Media Librarian 



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Mrs. Marion Bryant 
Acquisition Librarian 




Miss Robena Bradley 

Catalog Librarian/Asst. to Director 




Mrs. Bernice Rainbow 
Reference/Serials Librarian 



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Miss Beatrice R. Martin 
Circulation Librarian 





Miss MariAnne Gill 
Library Secretary 



Miss Lucy Shelton 
Library Assistant 



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Mrs. Joan Barrax Mrs. Bessie Mr. Gregory Jenkins Mr. Cashwell Carter Mrs. Carolyn Jones 

Director, Upward Stringfellow Associate Director/ Tutor— Mathematics Counselor/Upward 

Bound/RISE Coordinator of Tuto- Upward Bound Bound 
rial Services 



UPWARD BOUND/RISE 




Mrs. Polly Watson 
Cashier 



Mrs. Laureen Braxton Miss Marie Clark 
Cashier Administrative Assistant 

to Business Manager 



Ms. Mary Carter 
Tutor — English 




Account: Mr. Arthur Anthony, Mr. Lamma Adams, 
Mr. James Gambrell 




Miss Janice Hocutt 
Transcript Clerk 




Computer Center: Mr. Felix Alexander, Director; 
Mrs. Mary Newton, Key Punch Operator; Mr. Jes- 
sie Humphries 





Mrs. Yvonne Joyner 
Secretary/Registrar's Office 



Mr. Rudolph Williams 
Director/Records & Registration 



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Mr. David Howard 

Men's Residence Counselor 





ARA Food Service Staff 



Miss Princess Haywood 
Postal Clerk 




Mr. Otis Curry, Instructor Mr. Melvin Flowers, Instructor Mr. Horace O. Hill, Recruiter Mr. Walter Johnson, Instructor 

CAPE— Behavioral Science CAPE— Business Administration CAPE— Fayetteville CAPE— Mathematics 




Mr. Joseph Lindsey, Instructor Mr. James McCollum, 
CAPE— Public Administration Coordinator 

CAPE — Fayetteville Center 



Mr. Otiero Okelo, Instructor 
CAPE — Behavioral Science 



Division of Education 




Dr. Geofge Wyfe 
DSvision «rf Education 



Mrs. Elizabeth Cofield 
Professor of Education 



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Mrs. Vivian Sansom 

Professor of Physical Education 




Miss Rena BIyther 
Curriculum Lab Technician 



Mr. Lee A. Royster 
Physical Education Instructor 
Track Coach 



Mr. Warren Reynolds 
Assistant Athletic Director 
Basketball Coach 




Mrs. Lynn Bitting 
Women's Athletic Director 





Dr. William Spann 
Area Coordinator of Health (Phys- 
ical Ed.) 
Athletic Director 



DIVISION OF HUMAN RESOURCES/HUMAN DEVELOPMENT 




Dr. Manawar Mustafa 
Associate Professor/History 





Dr. Robert Williams 
Division Chairman 



Dr. |. Beza 

Associate Professor/Urban Politics 




Dr. Grady Davis 

Professor of Religion & Philosophy 

Assistant Dean of Students 




Dr. Orus Barker 

Professor/Liberal Studies & Religion 




C. Vaughn Witten 
Behavioral Science 



Mrs. Sharon Brown 
Secretary 



DIVISION OF PRE-PROFESSIONAL STUDIES 




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Dr. Rajendra De 
Division Chairman 



Mr. Lawrence Gould 
Associate Professor 




Dr. John Newell 
Associate Professor 




Mrs. Carolyn Blaine 
Instructor/Math 



Mr. John Cleveland 
Assistant Professor 



Mrs. Jennie Brown 
Miss Vickie Abram 
Mr. Walter Smith 
Mrs. Sherri Harper 
Mrs. Mary Lee 
Miss Lillie Dunn 
Dr. McLouis Clayton 
Miss Regina Phifer 
Mrs. Louise Lewis 
Mrs. Rosalie Williams 
Mr. Robert Simmons 
Mrs. Carolyn Peebles 
Mrs. Teresa Herring 
Mrs. Jacqueline Brown 
Miss Delores Mercer 
Mr. Bobby Sanders 
Mrs. Ann Griffin 
Mrs. Mayme Banks 
Mrs. Vyneder Burwell 
Mrs. EInora Kee 
Mrs. Janice Tomlinson 
Mr. Theodore Hindsman 
Mrs. Wanda Abdullah 
Mr. Fred Langley 

'■* Mrs. Deborah Closs 
Mr. William Love 
Miss Gloria Jones 
Mrs. Hazel Smith 
Mr. Jarden Gibson 
Mrs. Deloris Beard 
Dr. Blanche Curry 
Mr. Willie McElroy 
Dr. Patricia Caple 
Dr. M.B. Pratt 
Mrs. Nancy Elliot 
Dr. Bishetta Merritt 
Dr. James Hunt 
Dr. John O'Connell 
Mr. Alfonza Carter 
Dr. Ivory Lyons 
Mr. Alexander Okafor 
Mr. Charles Biney 
Mr. Jerry McLeod 
Miss JoAnn Booth 
Mrs. Ruby Hargrove 
Mrs. Martha Cobb 
Dr. M. Qasim 
Dr. Kanti Patel 
Mrs. JoAnne Clarke 
Mr. Charles Brown 
Dr. Leroy Burton 
Dr. George Debnam 
Mr. James Drew 
Dr. Tony Flannagan 
Mrs. Martha Flowers 
Mr. Shelton Coins 

* Dr. Ronald Gaither 
Dr. Haywood Berton 

■''^r. Marion Goodson 
Dr. Urabi Mustafa 
Dr. Jesus Farias 
Dr. Jasper Pressley 
Dr. Elaine Reichelderfer 
Dr. Laila Russell 
Dr. Willie T. Yancey 



FACULTY & STAFF 
Not Pictured 

Assistant to Director of Records/Registration 

Secretary/Academic Affairs 

Secretary /President 

Administrative Assistant 

Secretary of Personnel 

Administrative Assistant to V.P. for University Relations 

Director of AIDP 

Director of Counseling Center 

Coordinator of Career Counseling 

Tutioral Coordinator 

RISE Instructor/Director of Chorale 

Math Instrutor/RISE 

Reading Curriculum Specialist 

Math Curriculum Specialist 

Secretary /RISE 

Director/Men's Residence 

Director/Women's Residence 

Women's Residence Counselor 

Postal Clerk 

Bookstore Manager 

Bookstore Assistant 

Director/Financial Aid 

Assistant Director/Financial Aid 

NDSL Officer 

Financial Aid Secretary 

Business Manager 

Purchasing & NDSL Clerk 

Accounting Clerk 

Director/Graphics 

Secretary of Graphics 

Chairperson/Developmental Studies 

Assistant Professor/Music 

Professor/Director of Theatre 

Associate Professor/English 

Assistant Professor/English 

Associate Professor/Radio-TV-Fllm 

Associate Professor/Religion 

Director of Student Teaching 

Assistant Basketball/Volleyball Coach 

Division Chairman/Business 

Business Instructor 

Business Instructor 

Business Instructor 

Business Instructor 

Business Instructor 

Secretary /Division of Business 

Assistant Professor/Biology 

Professor of Mathematics 

Speech Pathology & Audlology 

Music/Jazz Director 

Physician 

Physician 

Assistant Professor of Music 

Physician 

Applied Voice Professor 

Applied Music Instructor 

Physician 

Physician 

Attomey 

Chairperson/lntemational Studies 

Professor/History & Urban Politics 

Associate Professor/Behavioral Science 

Research/Human Development 

Associate Professor/Psychology 

Associate Professor/Criminal Justice 





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Raleigh, North Carolina 27611 
(919)755-4800 

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE 



Every student who comes to college does so with a particular purpose in 
mind. These purposes vary from one extreme to the other, but only those 
who are sincere about getting an education achieve these ends. 

Seniors, as you embark upon that journey into either the world of work or 
on to higher levels of education, I would like for you to reflect upon 
what life has been like for you at Shaw. It is my belief that life out- 
side the campus can be just as enjoyable. 

For those underclassmen with years to go, I would like for you to be just 
as concerned now about your future after graduation. If you get an early 
start in planning that big step, it will be just that much easier for you. 

In closing, I would like to extend the heartiest congratulations to those 
who have faced the task of achieving a degree, and hope that you will al- 
ways have faith in your abilities. If there comes a time when you feel 
that your life is too hard, just go and have a talk with God. 

Good luck and much success! 



Cornell Jones 

Senior Class President 
Class of 1981 



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An Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity Employer 



Class Officers 



SENIORS 



Stephanie Lumford 
Secretary 
Montclair, N) 




Not Pictured 
Roderick Kearney 
Vice President 
Franklinton, NC 



Annie Wallace 
Corresponding Secretary 
Crimesland, NC 




Willie J. Hardee II 

Treasurer 

New Brunswick , NJ 



Suzanne Stanback 
Miss Senior 
Philadelphia, PA 





CHESTER LAMAR ALLEN 
Major: Business Administration 
Ridgeland, SC 

KENNETH ARCHIE 
Major: Business 
Winston Salem, NC 

DELORIS ARTIS 

Major: Behavorial Science 

Wilson, NC 



SENIORS 



PERRY M. BALLENGER 
Major: Radio — TV — Film 
Washington, DC 

TRUDY BARRETT 

Major: Business Management 

Grimesland, NC 

BARBARA BATTLE 
Major: Behavioral Science 
Enfield, NC 



DONNA BATTS 
Major: Education 
Rocky Mount, NC 

W. D. BELTON 

Major: Behavioral Science 

CAPE/Fayetteville, NC 

JOHN BLACK 

Major: Business Management 

CAPE/High Point, NC 



JUANITA BONDS 

Major: Public Administration/Criminal 

Justice 
CAPE/Fayetteville, NC 

DOROTHY BRASWELL 
Major: Public Administration 
Wilson, NC 

ROBIN BRIDGES 
Major: Radio — TV — Film 
Laurinburg, NC 



BERNADETTE BROWN 
Major: Music 
Westchester, NY 

MATTIE BROWN 

Major: Behavioral Science 

CAPE/Kittrell, NC 

THOMAS M. BROWN 
Major: Radio — TV — Film 
Liberty, NC *B2 



GLORIA BUCHANON 
Major: Radio — TV — Film 
Lilesville, NC ASe 

JOEL BULLOCK 
Major: Sociology 
Washington, DC 

PHYLLIS LYNN BURRELL 
Major: Business Administration 
East Orange, NJ 





SENIORS 



MARC BUTLER 

Major: Radio — TV — Film 

Durham, NC KA* 

CATHERINE CAMPBEU 
Major: Behavioral Science 
CAPE/Fayefteville, NC 

CYNTHIA CAMPBELL 
Major: Behavioral Science 
Laurinburg, NC 



ALVIN LAWRENCE CHAPMAN 
Major: Radio — TV — Film 
Chesterfield, SC A*A 

JEFFREY CLOUD 

Major: Business Management 

Winston Salem, NC 

JACKIE COLEY 

Major Accounting/Business 

Management 
Coldsboro, NC 

JOANNE COURTS 
Major Education 
Reidsviile, NC 

KAREN CUMBO 
Major Education 
Potscasi, NC 

SANDRA DARENSBURG 
Major Human Resource 

Development 
CAPE/Kittreli, NC 



ROSA L. DENNIS 
Major Radio — TV — Film 
Summerton, SC 

DELORES DOCTOR 
Major Biology 
Walterboro, SC Z*B 

STANLEY DURHAM 

Major Business Management 

Greenville, SC Groove Phi Groove 



ARMENTA EATON 

Major Business Administration 

CAPE/Kittrell, NC 

NORMAN ELLIOTT 
Major Radio — TV — Film 
Smithfield, NC 

VALERIE ELLIS 
Major Education 
Washington, DC 



SENIORS 

HENRY O. EMEZIE 
Major: Business 
Imo. State, Nigeria 

STANLEY ERVIN 

Major: Health/Physical Education 

Charlotte, NC 

CLARA EVANS 

Major: Behavioral Science 

CAPE/Fayetteville, NC 



VANESSA EVANS 

Major: Behavioral Science 

Hickory, NC AKA 

WAYNE EVANS, JR. 
Major: Accounting/Business 

Management 
Wilmington, DE 

HALBERT FAGIN 
Major: Biology 
Mobile, AL 



D. KEITH FAISON 

Major: Public Administration 

Raleigh, NC 

HERMAN J. FLUITT, JR. 
Major: Radio — TV — Film 
Miami, FL A*A 

SHERMAINE FRAISER 
Major: Education 
Cottageville, SC AKA 



HELEN FREEMAN 

Major: Behavioral Science 

Ahoskie, NC 

ROBYN CERIDEAU 
Major: Behavioral Science 
Walterboro, SC 

VERONICA GILBERT 
Major: Accounting/Business 

Management 
Coolidge, GA 



MARCEL GIREUX 

Major: Business Administration 

CAPE/Fayetteville, NC 

CRAIG E. GLENN 
Major: Radio — TV — Film 
Newark, NJ 

ANNETTE GLOVER 

Major: Public Administration 

Durham, NC 



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SENIORS 

EDWIN COODALL 
Major: Music Education 
Richmond, VA 

CLEROW GREEN 

Major: Public Administration/Criminal 

Justice 
CAPE/Fayetteville, NC 

PAMELA L. GREEN 
Major: Criminal Justice 
Durham, NC 



CYNTHIA GREGORY 
Major: Education 
Frogmore, SC 

DAPHINE GUNTER 

Major: Business Administration 

CAPE/High Point, NC 

ANTHONY GUNTHER 
Major: Public Administration 
CAPE/Fayetteville, NC 



MCARTHUR HAMILTON 
Major: Biology 
Ridgeland, SC 

WILLIE JAMES HARDEE, I! 
Major: Accounting/Business 

Management 
New Brunswick, NJ 

FRED HARRIS 

Major: Business Administration 

CAPE/Fayetteville, NC 

KAREN ELIZABETH HAYES 
Major: Accounting/Business 

Management 
Winder, GA 

DEBORAH L. HENDERSON 

Major: Business Management/Urban 

Planning 
Pelham, NC SFP 

JAMES K. HERDER 

Major: Public Administration/Criminal 

Justice 
Philadelphia, PA 

BLONDIE HICKS 
Major: Accounting 
Erwin, NC 

ERIC HILL 

Major: Behavioral Science 

Woodbury, NJ 

WANDA HINTON 
Major: Radio — TV — Film 
Raleigh, NC 



SENIORS 

CYNTHIA HOLMES 

Major: Business Management 

Goldsboro, NC 

KAREN HOWARD 

Major: Accounting/Business 

Management 
Gastonia, NC AKA 

AGNES HUDSON 
Major: Behavioral Science 
CAPE/Fayetteville, NC 



BOBBY HYMAN 

Major: Business Management 

Bayboro, NC 

OGBURUBI IBE-URO 
Major: Engineering 
Raleigh, NC 

CASMIR UCHE IHE 
Major: Business 
Lagos, Nigeria 

AMAKA IKWUEZUNMA 

Major: Business Management/Public 

Administration 
Nigeria 

RONALD K. JACKSON 
Major: Business Management 
Chicago, IL 

ROSE JACKSON 

Major: Public Administration/Criminal 

Justice 
Whiteville, NC 



JOE P. JEGBADAI 

Major: Business Management 

Liberia 

CLEVELAND JOHNSON 
Major: Behavioral Science 
Raleigh, NC 

DAVE JOHNSON 

Major: Business Management 

Kingston, Jamaica Brothers Unlimited 



GARY L. JOHNSON 
Major: Behavioral Science 
Littleton, NC 

TYRONE JOHNSON 

Major: Business Management 

Washington, NC 

WILLIAM T. JOHNSON 
Major: Urban Politics 
Pantego, NC 





SENIORS 



CORNELL H. JONES 
Major: Biology 
Richmond, VA fi** 

KENNETH JUDGE 

Major: Behavioral Science 

Midwest City, OKLA. A*A 

RODERICK KEARNEY 
Major: Radio— TV— Film 
Franklinion, NC Q4'# 



MARLIN KLINGER 

Major: Business Management/Economics 

CAPE/Fayetteville, NC 

JOHN LAND 

Major: Business Administration 

CAPE/Fayetteville, NC 

JESSIE S. LATSON 
Major: Behavioral Science 
Tampa, FL 



EDITH J. LEE 

Major: Radio— TV— Film 

Pittsburgh, PA AKA 

PAULINE R. LEE 

Major: Business Management 

CAPE/Kittrell, NC 

DENISE LEWIS 

Major: Behavioral Science 

Goldsboro, NC 



STEPHANIE LUMFORD 
Major: Political Science 
Montclair, NJ 

MERRELL A. LYONS 

Major: Public Administration 

Lewiston, NC 

JOETTE MANIGO 
Major: Education 
Walterboro, SC 



TAMMY MASON 

Major: Business Management 

Murfreesboro, NC 

WILLIAM MATHEWS, JR. 
Major: Business Management 
Kingstree, SC 

CAROLYN MAYFIELD 
Major: Business Management 
CAPE/Kittrell, NC 



SENIORS 



BETTIE W. MC DUFFIE 
Major: Radio — TV — Film 
Laurinburg, NC 

ROBERT MC KETHAN 
Major: Business Management 
CAPE/Fayetteville, NC 

ALISA MC NAIR 
Major: Liberal Studies 
New York, NY TZS 



VERNETTA MOORE 
Major: Behavioral Science 
Roxobel, NC Ai;^ 

SHIRLEY ROCHE MORGAN 
Major: Behavioral Science 
Raleigh, NC 

THEOPHILUS NWACHUKWU 
Major: Political Science 
Raleigh, NC 



ALICE NYAMADI 

Major: Business Management 

Ghana, West Africa 

ISABELLA ODOM 
Major: Behavioral Science 
Monticello, FL 

EMMANUEL H. OKEREKE 
Major: Business Management 
Nigeria 



RALPH PAGAN 

Major: Business Administration 

CAPE/Fayetteville, NC 

ANGELA PATTERSON 
Major: Education 
Gibson, NC 

BLONDIE PETERSON 
Major: Behavioral Science 
Fayetteville, NC 



MARY R. PETERSON 
Major: Business 
Durham, NC 

EMMA PINCKNEY 

Major: ACCOUNTING/BUSINESS 

MANAGEMENT 
Ridgeland, SC AKA 

CAROLYN POPE 

Major: Business Management 

St. Clairsvllle, OH 





SENIORS 



CATHERINE REAVIS 

Major: Business Management 

CAPE/Kittrell, NC 

PATRICIA G. ROBINSON 
Major Business Management 
New York, NY 

RESUNESTER RODGERS 

Major Speecti Pathology/Audiology 

Reidsville, NC 

DORIS RUSSEU 

Major: Health/Physical Education 

Lewiston, NC 

GWENDOLYN SAFFO 

Major Public Administration/Criminal 

Justice 
Monticello, FL 

LOIS E. SAPP 

Major Business Management 

Clayton, NC 



THEODORE ANTHONY SAVAGE 
Major Radio — TV — Film 
Rocky Mount, NC A*A 

FANNIE SELLERS 

Major Behavioral Science 

Wilson, NC 

VAN SHARPE 

Major Radio — TV — Film 

Tarboro, NC 



LESUE SINCLAIR 

Major Behavioral Science 

CAPE/Fayettevllle, NC 

SYLVIA D. SKEETER 

Major Health/Physical Education 

Portsmouth, VA A28 

RANDY SKINNER 
Major Music 
Portsmouth, VA 



UNDA SMITH 

Major Business Management 

CAPE/Kittrell, NC 

BABA SONKO 

Major Business Management 

Raleigh, NC 

MAURICE G. SPEARS 
Major Radio — TV — Film 
Hallsboro, NC Alpha Phi Alpha 



SENIORS 

ROSA A. STANBACK 
Major: Radio — TV — Film 
Aberdeen, NC 

LATHRONIA D. STEWART 
Major: Health/Physical Education 
Charleston, SC 

LINDA SUGGS 

Major: Behavioral Science 

Farmville, NC 



ADRIENNE SUMMERS 
Major: Business Management 
East Orange, NJ 

BRENDA F. TAYLOR 
Major: Radio — TV — Film 
Henderson, NC 

MARSHA TAYLOR 
Major: Biology 
Portsmouth, VA 



DENNIS W. THOMAS 
Major: Business Management 
Rocky Mount, NC 

MARY C. THOMAS 
Major: Business 
Durham, NC 

DOZIE ULASI 

Major: Accounting/Business 

Management 
Raleigh, NC 

STEPHANIE R. VITAL 
Major: Behavioral Science 
Whitakers, NC Z*B 

JOHN D. WAHYON 
Major: Accounting/Business 

Management 
Liberia 

OLIVIA WALKER 
Major: Theatre 
New York, NY 



STEVE WAYNE WALKER 
Major: Sociology 
Franklin, VA 

ANNIE WALLACE 

Major: Business Management 

Grimesland, NC 

LILLIAN B. WATKINS 

Major: Business Management 

CAPE/Kittrell, NC 




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SENIORS 



PATRICIA A. WATSON 
Major: Business Management 
Windsor, NC 

CYNTHIA D. WILLIAMS 

Major: Health/Physical Education 

Moncks Corner, SC AKA 

DONNA E. WILLIAMS 
Major: English 
Walterboro, SC 



EDWARD C. WILLIAMS 
Major: Behavioral Science 
Charleston, SC 

ROBERT L. WILLIAMS 
Major: Education 
Laurinburg, NC 

SHIRLEY H. WILLIAMS 
Major: Behavioral Science 
Raleigh, NC 



STANLEY WILLIAMS 
Major: Radio — TV — Film 
Fayetteville, NC 

TANYA WILLIAMS 

Major: Business Administration 

Newark, N| AZe 

MELVERLEEN Y. WILSON 
Major: Public Administration 
Durham, NC 



SAM WOODS 

Major: Music Education 
Lillington, NC 

PAUL ZIMMER 

Major: Behavioral Science 

CAPE/Kittrell, NC 

HORACE HENRY 

Major: Accounting/Business 

Management 
Kingston, Jamaica 



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JUNIORS 



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Rhonda Davis 
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Jerome Williams, Treasurer 



Victor Autry, Parliamentarian 




Dave N.O. Alaugo 



Victor S. Autry 



Krysfe' Avery 




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Wanda E. Barnes 


Chris Carter 


Glenn Cole, Jr. 


Kelvin Edwards 


Vincent Bates 


Theresa Cartwright 


Gwen Colleton 


Pamela Footman 


Gale Batts 


Pat Chapman 


Lillie Council 


Shiriey Fuller 


juan Bussey 


Edwin Chukwuma 


Danita Dixon 


F.H. Goldsmith 



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Meredith Hardee 
Vance Harris 
Darrell Hazelton 
Donna Hemphill 



Dwayne O. Hill 
Ena Hillery 
Audrey James 
Angela Jefferson 



Charlie Johnson 
Ernestine Johnson 
Susan A. Keese 
Janice McDonald 



Andrew Mauldin 
Cheryl Miller 
Warren Moore 
Willie Moore 



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Alvin Myles 


Michael Rochelle 


Derrick Taylor 


Michael Nwosu 


David K. Rosby 


Robert Terry Jr. 


Brenda Pegues 


Bartune Siven 


Loutenant Tisdell 


Curtis Riley 


Brenda Sutton 


Ellen Vick 



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Michael Elliott 
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Valerie Thomas 
Vice President 



Pam Pegues 
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Kimberly Pierce 
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Milton Boone 
Stanley Davis 
Heddie Dawkins 



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Martha Hunter 
Comfort Ihenacho 
Edith Jones 
Linda Jordan 






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Emma McGill 
Charles Matthews 
Marva D. Moore 




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Barbara Norton 




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Anthony Armstrong 




Leroy Austin 




Mike Banchley 






Robert Banks 



Frank R. Barnes 



Leresa Belcher 



Georgia Bennet 




Luvrin Bentley 



John Bland 



Brenda Bostic 



Sharon Braswell 




Tammy Broadle 



Jacquelyn C. Brock 



James S. Brown 



Kennice Bullock 





Peggy Bums 



Blanche Burwell 



Victor Busey 



Stanley Caldwell 





Lena Cason 



Sharon Chalmers 




David Coble 



Kevin Coleman 




Gregory Daniel 



Denlse Dunston 




Jacqueline Davis 




Lamont Draper 



Connie Lee Dew 





Beverly Durant 



Dwight Dye 



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Yvonne Eddings 





Lawrence Freeman 



Alma Fuller 



Mary Games 



Rosalind Green 






Margie Ingram Angela lames Gloria Johnson Simone Johnson 




Wendy Jones 




Mary Kemp Jacqueline R. Kennedy Dora Lewis 





Hazel McClure AnfioneHe McWilliams Melvin B. Mariey Chike Mbonu 





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Ramona Pearson 



Tracey Pearson 



Tony Phillips 



William Pippen 





jacquelin Quick 



Clarissa Rivers 



Darna Robinson 



Davis M. Robinson 




Carolyn Shamsuddin 



Ronald Sharpe 



Marion Sharpless 



Kathryn Shields 




Toni Smith 



Carolyn Sneed 



Aletha Stephens 







Dexter Terrell 



Terry Thomas 



Janet Tucker 



Etim S. Udo 



Marilyn Vereen 



Brenda Walker 



Leslie S. Taylor 




David Udo 




Wanda Watson 




Pamela White 



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During the 1980-81 school year, the Shaw Family encountered numerous experiences 
and situations. We learned that in order to generate change, it is imperatixte 
that we work and plan ... TOGETHER . 

It is my belief that this year was one which will enable Shaw University to pre- 
vail among other colleges and universities in this country. The growth and deve- 
lopment of Shaw has begun, and will definitely continue! 

We, the students, realize that the real Shaw University is not the buildings, but 
the people who go into those buildings. Therefore, when we take pride in our- 
selves, we also take pride in Shaw. 

I extend congratulations to my fellow classmates of the "Class of '81", and I wish 
the in-coming Student Government Association officers and the Shaw University 
student body the utmost in productivity and the best in all their future endeavors. 



Sincerely yours , 

Maurice Brown 

SGA President, 1980-81 



"Striving Together To Make Things Better" 







An Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity Employer 



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Brenda Nelson 

Vice-President for External Affairs 




Alvin Chapman 

Vice-President for Internal Affairs 




Bernard McNair 
Business Manager 



Not Pictured: Freddie Vareene, Chief 
Justice; Robin Smith, Secretary. 





Alpha Kappa Mu 
National Honor Society 

Phyllis Aytch 
Vincent Bates 
JoAnn Courts 
Henry Emezie 
Veronica Gilbert 
Edwin Goodall 
Theophilus Nwachukwu 
Carolyn Pope 
Resunester Rogers 
Gwendolyn Saffo 
Van I. Sharpe 
Sylvia Skeeter 
Darlene Vinson 
Elmina Walker 
Jacquelyn Young 



Alpha Epsilon Rho 
Broadcast Honor Society 

Thomas M. Brown 
Marc Butler 
Alvin Chapman 
LeCounte Conaway* 
Melanie Credle 
Giles Harris^ 
Edith J. Lee 
Robert McManus* 
Tracy Melton 
Bishetta D. Merritt* 
Brenda Nelson 
Angela Reid 
Theodore Savage 
Van I. Sharpe 
Michelle Sneed 
Paul Vandergrift, Jr.* 

'Professional members 







Beta Kappa Chi 
Scientific Honor Society 

Cornell Jones 
Ogeurubi Uro L. Ibe-Uro 



Alpha Chi 
Honor Society 

Henry Emezie 
Veronica T. Gilbert 
Edwin Goodall 
Daphine Gunter 
Carmen Harris 
Doretha Headen 
Agnes Hudson 
Casmir Uche Ibe 
Amaka Ikwuezunma 
Carolyn R. Pope 
Resunester Rogers 
Gwendolyn Saffo 
Van I. Sharpe 
B. Preston Sims 
William Spivey 
Linda E. Suggs 
Darlene Vinson 
Jacquelyn Young 





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Vice President: Rhonda Milton 
Secretary: Janice McDonald 
Treasurer Debra Fortune 




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Men's Personnel Council 








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MAJORETTES 

Marsha Taylor 
Donna Williams 
Kryste' Avery 
Theresa Cartwright 
Sheba Faulk 
Gloria lohnson 
Danita Dixon 
Cheryl Miller 
Antionette McWilliams 
Pamela White 



FLAG GIRLS 

Sandra Ray 
Sandra Gwen 
Kathye Lytle 
Tanya Lawson 
Tanya Lakes 
Emily Curtas 
Maloney Brewer 
Cynthia Austin 
Kathy Shields 
Judy Robinson 





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THE SHAW PLAYERS & COMPANY 




What happens to a dream deferred? 

Does it dry up 

Like a raisin in the sun? 

Or fester like a sore — 

And then run? 

Does it stink like rotton meat? 

Or crust and sugar over — 

Uke a syrupy sweet? 

Maybe it just sags 

Like a heavy load. 

OR DOES IT EXPLODE? 

— Langston Hughes 



SHAW UNIVERSITY'S 

DEPARTMENT OF 

DRAMATIC ART 

Presents 

THE SHAW PLAYERS & 

COMPANY 

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RAISIN 

Directed by 

PATRICIA C. CAPLE 

Starring 

THALMUS RASULALA 

"Omorro" of "ROOTS" Fame 

MUSICIANS 

Willie G. McElroy, Musical Director & Conductor 



PERCUSSION 

Shelton Coins Xylophone, 

Vibes, Bells, Tympani, Misc. 

Bobby Quaintence Drums 

Richard Richardson African 

Drums 



WOODWINDS 

Jesse Harris. Alto Sax, Soprano 
Sax 

Vincent Bates Tenor Sax 

Ernest Perron Alto Sax 

Jacques Ficklin Alto Sax 

Sandra Hollingswortth Flute 

Charles Hickman. Baritone Sax 



BRASS 

Edwin Goodall Trumpet 

Randy Skinner Trumpet, 

French Horn 

Kenneth Sloan Trombone 

Douglas Williams Tuba 

RHYTHM SECTION 

Maurice Wynn Bass 

Abraham D. Goldens Guitar 

Sherree Jenkins Piano 



THE CAST 
(in order of appearance) 

People of the Southside Emestine Davis, 

Shevin Foster 

Gary Yates, Bernadette Brown, Otha Francis, 

Stephanie Pressley, 

Fred Langley, Wanda Watson, Lisa Roberts, 

Lorraine Potter, 
Cheryl Shields, Ronald Powers, Patricia Bates, 

Calvin Lawson, 

Barbara Snyder, Patrick Caple, Ladrian Mason, 

Stephanie Mansfield, 

Pat Chapman, Oscar Robinson 

Pusher Oscar Robinson 

Victim Ladrian Mason 

Ruth Younger Valerie Tekosky 

Travis Younger Steven Dye 

Mrs. Johnson Ladrian Mason 

Walter Lee Younger THALMUS RASULALA 

Beneafha Younger Olivia Walker 

Lena Younger (Mama) Connie Mansfield 

Bar Girls. Barbara Snyder & Bernadette Brown 

Bobo Jones Oscar Robinson 

Willie Harris Shevin Foster 

Bodyguard Robert Williams 

Joseph Asagai Gary L. Yates 

Pastor Patrick Caple 

Pastor's Wife Wanda Watson 

Karl Linder Patrick Caple 








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"We shall do good theatre; at a profit if we 
can, at a loss if we must, but always good 
theatre." 







Organizations not Pictured: 



Jaycees 

Men's Personnel Council 

O'Lords 

Pre-Alumni Council 

Student National Education Association 

Theological Fraternity 

United Heritage Choir 

Brothers Unlimited 



Women's Residence Advisors 



Men's Residence Advisors 



Jacquelyn Young" 
Rose Williams 
Emma Pinckney 
Delores Doctor 



Christopher Carter* 
Cornell Jones 
Kenneth Sloan 



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ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA Sorority was founded at Howard University in January, 1908, as 
the first Greek letter sorority for Black college women. Beta Rho Chapter was founded 
at Shaw University in 1939. Their principles today are still to cultivate and uphold high 
scholastic, cultural, social, ethical, and moral standards. 

ALPHA PHI ALPHA Fraternity was founded on December 4, 1906, on the campus of 
Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. They have the distinction of being the first Greek letter 
fraternity for Black college men. The Beta Rho Chapter was founded at Shaw University 
in 1936. Alpha men are interested in scholarship, and the pusuit of knowledge. 

PHI BETA SIGMA Fraternity was founded at Howard University (Washington, D. C.) in 
1914. lota Chapter was established in 1919, at Shaw. On campus, the chapter has main- 
tained esteem through leadership and ability. 

ZETA PHI BETA Sorority was also founded at Howard University, but in 1920. It was the 
first sorority to be identified as a sister group to a fraternity. Since its founding, Zeta 
has been dedicated to the ideals of sisterhood and service. Omicron Chapter started on 
this campus in 1936. 

Founded at Howard University in 1911, OMEGA PSI PHI Fraternity still exemplifies four 
principles— "Manhood, Scholarship, Perseverance, and Uplift." Delta PsI Chapter was 
founded at Shaw University in 1927. 

DELTA SIGMA THETA was founded in 1913, on the campus of Howard University. The 
Alpha Rho Chapter was established on this campus in 1933. The principles of sorority 
are high cultural, intellectual and moral ideas. 

KAPPA ALPHA PSI Fraternity was founded on January 5, 1911 at Indiana University, 
Bloomington, Indiana. Delta Gamma Chapter was founded in April, 1951 by a group of 
men whose fundamental purposes were those of intellectual, cultural, and social 
achievement. 



Also on campus are: Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, founded in 1922; lota Phi Lambda So- 
rority, the organization of Business and Professional Women; the NU GAMMA ALPHA 
social Brotherhood; and GROOVE PHI GROOVE and GROOVE PHI SOUL Social Fellow- 
ships. 



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GREEK LINES 



Pyramid Club Spring 1981 




Pyramid Club Spring 1980 






Pyramid Club Spring 1981 




ACs Club Spring 1980 




Scrollers Club Spring 1981 



The Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc., was founded in 
1906, at Cornell University by seven, young men 
who dared to dream of being the beginning of black 
fraternity life. The Beta Rho Chapter consists of 
twelve, daring brothers led by Alvin Chapman (presi- 
dent) and Ron Wright (vice-president). They per- 
formed numerous service projects such as: working 
with the Manson Rest Home, gathering clothes for 
needy families, raising funds for needy families on 
holidays, and aiding the families of the Atlanta chil- 
dren. They were also responsible for organizing a 
Black Ribbon Campus Campaign. 



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able Brother Dan Blue, (fop row center) 




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SHAW UNIVERSITY 
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SHAW UNIVERSITY 



A MONUMENT TO EDUCATIONAL INNOVATION 
FACTS . . . 



In 1875, Shaw Collegiate Institute became the SHAW 
UNIVERSITY. 



In 1873, Estey Seminary was erected. It is the first build- 
ing to be built for the education of colored females. 
Estey still stands today on the campus of Shaw Universi- 



The first class of Physicians to graduate from the Leon- 
ard Medical School was in 1886. The school was 
opened on the Shaw campus in 1881. 



A School of Pharmacy was established in 1890. The first 
graduating class left in 1895. 



The School of Law was opened on December 11, 1888. 
The first graduates were of the class of 1890. 

Henry Martin Tupper, founder of the Shaw University, 
died on November 12, 1893. He was buried on the 
campus at his own request. 



Shaw University has been called "The Mother of Negro 
Education in North Carolina." 



SHAW UNIVERSITY PRESIDENTS 



1865-HENRY M. TUPPER 1981-STANLEY H. SMITH 



1865-1893 



1894-1919 



1920-1931 



1931-1936 



1936-1950 



HENRY MARTIN TUPPER 

N.F. ROBERTS— ACTING PRESIDENT 

CHARLES F. MESERVE 

JOSEPH L. PEACOCK 

WILLIAM S. NELSON-FIRST NEGRO PRESIDENT 

ROBERT P. DANIELS 



1950-1951 



WILLIAM R. STRASSNER-ACTING PRESIDENT 



1951-1962 



WILLIAM R. STRASSNER-PRESIDENT 



1962-1963 



NELSON HARRIS, INTERIM PRESIDENT 



1963-1969 JAMES E. CHEEK-FIRST ALUMNUS TO HEAD THE UNIVERSITY 



KING V. CHEEK 



J. ARCHIE HARGRAVES 



1976-1977 



RICHARD FIELDS, ACTING PRESIDENT 



JOHN FLEMMING-INTERIM PRESIDENT 



STANLEY H. SMITH 



SHAW UN 



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THE THRILL OF VICTORY! 





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1980-81 BASKETBALL ROSTER 



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Tarboro, NC 
Thomas Jefferson 


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Port Arthur, TX 
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Calvin Pipkin 


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Laurinburg, NC 
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Christopher Jones 


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Laurinburg, NC 
Nashville 


Lester Harris 


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Nashville, NC 


Victor Blakley 
Gerard Hackett 


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St. Paul's College^ 
Hampton Institute 
Bull City Classic 
Virginia State College 
Fayetteviile State 
N.C. Central University 
Livingstone College 
J.C. Smith University 
Atlanta Christian 
N.C. Central University 
Elizabeth City State 
Winston-Salem State 
J.C. Smith University 
Bowie State College 
St. Augustine College* 
Norfolk State University 
Winston-Salem State 
Fayetteviile State 
Virginia Union College 

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Atlanta 

Raleigh 

Raleigh 

Hampton 

Durham 

Raleigh 

Fayetteviile 

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Raleigh 

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Raleigh 

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Charlotte 

Bowie 

Raleigh 

Norfolk 

W-S 

Raleigh 

Richmond 

Norfolk Scope 




Time 
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8K)0 p.m. 
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8KM) p.m. 
8KX) p.m. 
8K)0 p.m, 
8KK) p.m, 
8.-00 p.m. 
a-00 p.m. 
a-00 p.m. 
8KX) p.m. 
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8K)0 p.m. 
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1980-81 SHAW UNIVERSITY WOMEN'S BASKETBALL ROSTER 



NAME POS HGT WCT 

Anderson, Renata C/F 5'6 135 

Balls, Caie C 5'10 140 

Bellamy, Patricia F/C 5' 11 160 

Buie, Betty G 5'6 134 

Cotton, Cheryl G/F 57 128 

Daniels, Raychone F 5'10 140 

Freeman, Helen F 5'10 160 

Gerideau, Robyn G 5'2 110 

Herman, Sharon G 5'6 130 

Kemp, Mary C 6'0 136 

O'Neal, Ingrid G 5'5 120 

Pinckney, Emma F 5'8 139 

Smith, Sharon F/C 5'10 142 

Tabb, Lynne G 5'5 135 

Vassell, Marva G 5'6 120 



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1 
3 
3 
3 
1 
3 
4 
4 
1 
1 
1 
4 
1 
3 
1 



HIGH SCHOOL 

Lafayette 

C. B. Aycock 

Dillard 

Dillon 

Marshall Walker 

Fairmont 

Bertie 

Walterboro 

William Maxwell 

Miami Edison 

Pantego 

Ridgeland 

Terry Sanford 

Lafayette 

Edison 



HOMETOWN 
Williamsburg, Va. 
Pikeville, N. C. 
Fort Lauderdale, Fl. 
Hamer, S. C. 
Richmond, Va. 
Washington, D. C. 
Ahoskie, N. C. 
Walterboro, S. C. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Miami, Fl. 
Pantego, N. C. 
Ridgeland, S. C. 
Fayetteville, N. C. 
Williamsburg, Va. 
Miami, Fl 



William Spann, Athletic Director 

Lynn Bitting, Coordinator Women's Athletics 

Gregory Jenkins, Head Coach 

David Kearse, Student Assistant 

Faith Jones, Statistician 

Leresa Belcher, Manager 



(Sophomore) Raleigh, N.C. 
(Junior) Washington, D.C. 
(Freshman) Jacksonville, N.C. 



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SHAW UNrVERSITY 

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 
*"1980-81 



November 


21 


A&T Univ. 




25 


St. Paul's College 


December 


2 


N.C.C.U. 




4 


Livingstone 




10 


Atlantic Christian 




11 


Garner-Webb 




13 


N.C.C.U. 


January 


10 


J.C. Smith 




14 


UNC-Wilmington 




19 


Elizabeth City 




20 


Fayetteville State 




21 


Campbell College 




23 


Winston-Salem 




27 


J.C. Smith 




29 


Fayetteville State 


February 


3 


•St. Augustine 




5 


Campbell College 




9 


Livingstone 




11 


Atlantic Christian 




13 ••St. Augustine 




16 


Winston-Salem 




20-12 


CIAA Tournament 


Gregory Jenkins 




Head Coach 







Raleigh, N.C. 
Raleigh, N.C. 
Durham, N.C. 
Raleigh, N.C. 
Raleigh, N.C. 
Raleigh, N.C. 
Raleigh, N.C. 
Raleigh, N.C. 
Raleigh, N.C. 
Raleigh, N.C. 
Raleigh, N.C. 
Raleigh, N.C. 
Raleigh, N.C. 
Chariotte, N.C. 
Fayetteville, N.C. 
Raleigh, N.C. 
Buies Creek, N.C. 
Salisbury, N.C. 
Wilson, N.C. 
Raleigh, N.C. 
Winston-Salem, N.C. 



5:30 p.m 
5:30 p.m 
5:30 p.m 
5:30 p.m, 
5:30 p.m. 
5:30 p.m. 
5:30 p.m. 
5:30 p.m. 
5:30 p.m. 
5:30 p.m. 
5:30 p.m. 
7:00 p.m. 
5K)0 p.m. 
5:50 p.m. 
7:00 p.m. 
6:30 p.m. 
7.-00 p.m. 
5:00 p.m. 
7:00 p.m. 
5K)0 p.m. 
5:30 p.m. 







Dr. William M. Spann 
Athletic Director 






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NAME 


HT^ 


WT. 


HIGH SCHOOL 


HOMETOWN 


Alford, Carlos 


5'9" 


132 


Parkdale Sr. 


Palmer Park, Md 


Biven, Stanley 


57" 


150 


West Fulton 


Atlanta, Ca. 


Cass, Marte 


6'2" 


165 


Wilson 


Florence, S.C. 


Howard, Reginald 


6'0" 


160 


Dobbins 


Phil., Pa. 


Hurtt, Kenneth 


5'11" 


170 


Patrick Henry 


Roanoke, Va. 


Parks, Timothy 


57" 


185 


Martin Cty. 


Stuart, Fl. 


Warren, Tyrone 


5'11" 


190 


New Hanover 


Wilmington, N.C 




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BASIC RULES 



Soccer is played on a field with a length of not more than 120 yards or less than 110 yards, and a width 
of not more than 75 yards or less than 65 yards. The field is marked with distinctive lines, called 
touchlines. 



Soccer is played with 11 men on each team and consists of four equal periods, each 22 minutes long. A 
referee and two linemen officiate. A goal is scored when the whole of the ball has passed over the goal 
line, between the goal posts and under the crossbar, provided it has not been thrown, carried or 
propelled by hand or arm, or carried by a player of the attacking side. A goal counts for one point. 



SHAW UNIVERSITY BEARS 



Players 



Positions 



Ahmad Al-Zabi 


Left Back 


Sam! Mahmoud 


Center 


Talal Younes 


Front Wing 


Abdulla Al-Sharhon 


Left Wing 


Sueiman Bahzad 


Right Back 


Mohamad Mobarak 


Left Back 


VVajdi Asad 


Center Righ 


Wajdi Asad 


Front Wing 


Waleed Al-Shurian 


Right Wing 


Essa Al-Shaikh 


Goalie 


Adnan Al-Hemeli 


Center 


Ayad Al-Khalid 


Center Left 


Barrak Al-Subaih 


Front Wing 


Mohamad Al-Marshad 


Right Back 


Reda Behzad 


Center 


Jasem Karafi 


Right Back 


Charles Ibegiako 


Front Wing 


Mohamad Al-Awardi 


COACH 




NAME 



SHAW UNIVERSITY 

1980-81 
BASEBALL TEAM ROSTER 

CLASS POS. HIGH SCHOOL HOMETOWN 



Bell, Darryl J. Soph. RF 

Boone, Milton Soph. C 

Carter, Terrence P. Soph. P 

Coleman, Jerry L. Fr. P/3rd 

Davis, Michael M. Jr. LF 

Dodd, Orlando Fr. LF 

Gravely, Lloyd Fr. SS 

Greene, Anthony R. Fr. 2nd 

Hocutt, Keith Fr. P 

Lee, Jeffrey Sr. 1st 

Ottley, Joel Fr. RF 

Randolph, Edward Fr. 2nd 

Wilkins, Kenneth Fr. LF 

Worrell, Steven Fr. 2nd 

Theodore Powell, Head Coach 

Dr. William Spann, Athletic Director 



Norwalk 

Mount St. Joseph 

Martinsville 

St. Benedict's 

hiales Franciscan 

Reidsville 

Laurel Park 

Smithfield Selma 
Ribault 

J.F. Kennedy 

Statesville 

Bayside 



Norwalk, CT 
Baltimore, MD 
Martinsville, VA 
Newark, NJ 
Chicago, IL 
Reidsville, NC 
Martinsville, VA 
Camden, SC 
Smithfield, NC 
Jacksonville, FL 
Bronx, NY 
Richmond, VA 
Statesville, NC 
Cambria Hts., Queens, NY 



SHAW UNIVERSITY 

BASEBALL SCHEDULE 1981 



March 11 
14 
18 
21 
24 
27 
2 
5 
7 
10 
11 
13 
22 
23 



April 



Atlantic Christian 
Delaware State 
St. Augustine's 
A&T College 
UNC-Greensboro 
Stockton College 
St. Paul's 
Elon College 
A&T College 
Norfolk State Col. 
St. Augustine's 
Norfolk State Col. 
Davis & Elkins 
UNC-Greensboro 



Wilson, N.C. 
Raleigh, N.C. 
Raleigh, N.C. 
Raleigh, N.C. 
Greensboro, N.C. 
Raleigh, N.C. 
Raleigh, N.C. 
Raleigh, N.C. 
Greensboro, N.C. 
Raleigh, N.C. 
Raleigh, N.C. 
Norfolk, Va. 
Raleigh, N.C. 
Raleigh, N.C. 



1:00 p.m. (DH) 
2:00 p.m. 
2:00 p.m. 
1:00 p.m.(DH) 
1:00 p.m. 
2:00 p.m. 
1:00 p.m.(DH) 
1:00 p.m.(DH) 
1.00 p.m.(DH) 
1:00 p.m. 
2:00 p.m. 
1:30 p.m. 
1:00 p.m. 
1:00 p.m. 



Theodore Powell, Jr. 
Head Baseball Coach 



Dr. William M. Spann 
Athletic Director 



SHAW UNIVERSITY 





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1980-81 






SOFTBALL TEAM ROSTER 




NAME 


CLASS 


POS 


HIGH SCHOOL 


HOMETOWN 


Bellamy, Patricia 


)r. 


2nd 


Dillard 


Ft. Lauderdale, FLA 


Cameron, Winifred T. 


Jr. 


OF 


Erwin 


Erwin, NC 


Chalmers, Sharon A. 


Fr. 


P/OF 


Pinecrest 


Southern Pines, NC 


Dunlap, Sharon 


Fr. 


P/OF 


Lee 


Colon, NC 


Green, Arlene 


Soph. 


1st 


John Marshall 


Richmond, VA 


Hamilton, Mary 


Fr. 


SS 


Ridgeland 


Ridgeland, SC 


Kage, Gloria 


Fr. 


1st/3rd 


Weequahic 


Newark, NJ 


Kelly, Serona 


Fr. 


1st/3rd 


Charlottesville 


Charlottesville, VA 


Matthews, Elvalorie 


Jr. 


C 


Broughton 


Raleigh, NC 


Robinson, Yvonne 


)r. 


3rd 


McKinley Tech 


Washington, DC 


Sullivan, Marthena 


Fr. 


OF 


Hillcrest 


Simpsonville, NC 


Tabb, Charilla 


Jr. 


P/OF 


Lafayette 


Williamsburg, VA 


Taylor, Marsha 


Sr. 


SS 


1. C. Norcom 


Portsmouth, VA 


Watson, Patricia 


Sr. 


OF 


Bertie 


Windsor, NC 


Williams, Carrie 


Sr. 


SS/OF 


Pine Hill 


Alberta, Ala 



Mrs. Lynn Bitting, Coach 

Dr. William Spann, Athletic Director 



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March 23-24 



April 4-5 



April 11-12 



GOLF SCHEDULE 

1980-81 



Capital City 
Invitational 
J.C. Smith, 
Livingstone. 
Fayetteville State 
Va. State 
St. Augustine College 



Petersburg Classic 
Va. State 
Fayetteville State 
Livingstone College 
J.C. Smith Univ. 



Raleigh, N.C. 



9:30 a.m. 



Petersburg, Va. 



9:30 a.m. 



May 2-3 

Mr. Jerry McLeod 
Head Golf Coach 
(919) 755-4839 



St. Augustine College 
Va. Union University 

Livingstone College Classic 
Fayetteville State 
St. Augustine College 
J.C. Smith Univ. 
Livingstone College 
Va. State Univ. 

CIAA Championship 



Salisbury, N.C. 



9:30 a.m. 



Elizabeth City, N.C. 



9:30 a.m. 



Dr. William M. Spann 
Athletic Director 
(919) 755-4978 




SHAW UNIVERSITY 





1980-81 




TRACK SCHEDULE 






CROSS COUNTRY 




Institution 


Location 


Date 


Campbell Invitational 


Buies Creek, NC 


6 Sept. 80 


Pembroke Invitational 


Pembroke, NC 


20 Sept. 80 


Fayetteville State 


Fayetteville, NC 


27 Sept. 80 


Hampton Institute 


Hampton, Va. 


4 Oct. 80 


Saint Augustine 






Shaw University 






St. Augustine, Shaw, 


Raleigh, NC 


13 Sept. 80 


Va. State, Hampton 






NAIA District Meet 


Pembroke, NC 


18 Oct. 80 


CIAA Conference 


OUTDOOR TRACK 


1 Nov. 80 


Campbell Invitational 


Buies Creek, NC 


11 Mar. 81 


Johnson C. Smith 


Charlotte, NC 


11 Apr. 81 


Hampton Institute 


Hampton, Va. 


21 Mar. 81 


Elizabeth City State 


Elizabeth City, NC 


25 Mar. 81 


W & M College Colonial 


Williamsburg, Va. 


4 Apr. 81 


CIAA Southern Division 


Winston-Salem, NC 


6 May 81 


CIAA Conference 


Elizabeth City, NC 
Indoor Track 


10 May 81 


William & Mary 


Williamsburg, Va. 


6 Dec. 80 


CIAA Indoor 


TBA 


7 Mar. 80 



Mr. Lee A. Royster, Head Track Coach 
Dr. William Spann, Athletic Director 






SHAW UNIVERSriY 







1980-81 






OUTDOOR TRACK ROSTER 




NAME 


CLASS 


HIGH SCHOOL 


HOMETOWN 


Anderson, Renata 


Fr. 


Lafayette 


Williamsburg, Va 


Autry, Victor L. 


Jr. 


Cape Fear 


Fayetteville, NC 


Avery, Melessa 


Soph. 


B.T. Washington 


Atlanta, GA 


Batts, Gail 


Soph. 


C.B. Aycock 


Pikeville, NC 


Boykins, Agnes A. 


Soph. 


Manor 


Portsmouth, Va 


Buie, Betty J. 


Soph. 


Dillon 


Hamer, SC 


Burrell, Cornell 


Sr. 


Weequahic 


Newark, NJ 


Colbert, Ronnie F. 


Fr. 


Culpepper 


Culpepper, VA 


Ervin, Stanley O. 


Jr. 


Myer's Park 


Charlotte, NC 


Henderson, Sherman 


Soph. 


Terry Sanford 


Fayetteville, NC 


Holmes, Kirk 


Soph. 


East Tech 


Cleveland, Ohio 


Howard, Lorenza 


Fr. 


Bartow 


Bartow, FL 


Kemp, Mary 


Fr. 


Miami Edison 


Miami, FL 


Mason, Ladrian 


Fr. 


Teadwell 


Memphis, TN 


Matthews, William 


Sr. 


Kingstree 


Kingstree, SC 


Nichols, Cynthia 


Fr. 


Hoggard 


Wilmington, NC 


Owens, Linda 


Soph. 


Martin Van Buren 


Jarvisburg, NC 


Pigford, Pamela 


Fr. 


Hoggard 


Wilmington, NC 


Pippen, William E. 


Fr. 


Tarboro 


Tarboro, NC 


Tabb, Charilla 


Jr. 


Lafayette 


Williamsburg, VA 


Thomas, Mignonetta 


Soph. 


Albermarle 


Esmont, VA 


Tomlin, Angela 


Fr. 


New Hanover 


Wilmington, NC 


Vassell, Marva 


Fr. 


Miami Edison 


Miami, FL 


Ward, Oscar 


Soph. 


Webb Senior 


Oxford, NC 


Williams, Cathy M. 


Jr. 


Hoggard 


Wilmington, NC 


Williams, Duncan 


Sr. 


Wm. Fleming 


Roanoke, VA 



Mr. Lee A. Royster, Track Coach 
Dr. William Spaan, Athletic Director 



SHAW UNIVERSITY 

1980-81 

MEN'S VOLLEYBALL ROSTER 



NAME 



Carter, Lloyd D. 
Colbert, Ronnie F. 
Dixon, James 
Dodd, Orlando 
Felix, Authur W. 
Gravely, Lloyd S. 
Langley, Edward 
Lancaster, Mark L. 



CLASS 

Fr. 
Fr. 
Fr. 
Fr. 
Fr. 
Fr. 
Fr. 
Fr. 



HIGH SCHOOL 


HOMETOWN 


Martinsville 


Martinsville, Va. 


Culpepper 


Culpepper, Va. 


Scotland 


Laurenburg, NC 


Reidsville 


Reidsville, NC 


Jefferson County 


Lamont, Fl. 


Laurel Park 


Martinsville, Va. 


Whiteville 


Whiteville, NC 




Tarboro, NC 



Mr. A! Carter, Head Coach 

Dr. William Spann, Athletic Director 



SHAW UNIVERSITY 

Men's Volleyball Tentative Schedule 

1981 



Clinton Jr. College* 




Sept. 


Away 


4:00-6:00 


Chavis Comm. Center 




Sept. 


Home 


6:00 


Danville Y.M.C.A. 




Sept. 


Away 


6:00 


Friendship College 




Sept. 


Home 


5:00 


Martinsville Resource Center* 




Sept. 


Away 


4:00-6:00 


Central YMCA 




Sept. 


Away 


5:00 


Chavis Comm. Center 




Sept. 


Home 


5:00 


Danville YMCA* 




Sept. 


Away 


3:00 


Danville YMCA 




Oct. 


Home 


5:00-5:00 


Clinton Jr. College 




Oct. 


Home 


5:00 


Double Header* 










Mr. Al Carter, Head Coach 


Dr. William M. 


Spann, Athletic Director 


(919) 755-4868 


(919) 


755-4978 








SHAW UNIVERSITY 
1980-81 

Women's Volleyball Roster 



NAME 



CLASS HIGH SCHOOL HOMETOWN 



Alston, Marion 


Fr. 


Durham 


Durham, NC 


Bellamy, Patricia 


Jr. 


Dillard 


Ft. Lauderdale, Fl 


Cotton, Cheryl K. 


Fr. 


Maggie Walker 


Richmond, Va 


Daniels, Raychon 


Soph. 


Fairmont 


Washington, DC 


Green, Ariene M. 


Fr. 


John Marshall 


Richmond, Va 


Hamilton, Mary A. 


Fr. 


Ridgeland 


Ridgeland, SC 


Harris, Barbara 


Soph. 


Scotland 


Laurinburg, NC 


Matthews, Elvalorie 


Jr. 


Needham 








Broughton 


Raleigh, NC 


Middleton, Shirley 


Fr. 


M. L. King 


New York, NY 


Robinson, Yvonne 


|r. 


McKinley Tech 


Washington, DC 


Vassell, Marva K. 


Fr. 


Miami Edison 


N, Miami Bch, Fl 


Williams, Carrie D. 


|r. 


Pine Hill 


Alberta, Ga 



SHAW UNIVERSITY 

Women's Volleyball Schedule 
1980-81 



Mrs. Lynn Bitting, Head Coach 

Dr. William Spann, Athletic Director 



Sept. 


16 


Elon College 


Elon 


6:00 p.m. 




22 


Wilmington/Fayetteville 


Home 


6:00 p.m. 




29 


A & T University 


Home 


5:30 p.m. 


Oct. 


1 


N.C.C.U./Elizabeth City 


Home 


6:00 p.m. 




3 


Fayetteville 


Fayetteville 


6:00 p.m. 




9 


Winston-Salem/NCCU 


Durham 


6:00 p.m. 




14 


Catawba 


Livingston 


6:00 p.m. 




16 


Winston-Salem/St. Aug. 


Home 


6:00 p.m. 




24 


Elon/Atlantic Christian 


Home 


6:00 p.m. 




28 


Pembroke/St. Augustine 


St. Aug. 


6:00 p.m. 


Oct. 


31 & 


CIAA Volleyball Tour- 


Durham 


6:00 p.m. 


Nov. 


1,80 


nament 


NCCU 




Nov. 


3 


Atlantic Christian 


Wilson 


6.00 p.m. 




11 


Gullford/UNC-Chapel Hill 


Guilford 


6:30 p.m. 


13-14-15 


NCAIAW State Tournament 




Ms. Lynn Bitting 


Dr. William M. Spann 


Coach 




Athletic Director 



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Shaw University abounds with natural athletes, but, of course, they all can't par- 
ticipate in the collegiate athletics program. So we would like to take this op- 
portunity to salute those athletes who participate in the Intramural Athletics 
program. The Hookers, coached by Joseph Woods, are our Women's Basketball 
champions, and Brothers Unlimited, coached by Carl Lacy, are our Men's Bas- 
ketball champions. Congratulations! 




COMING HOME TO . 




FOUNDER'S DAY CONVOCATION 




Brigadier General Gutherie Turner, Honorary Degree recipient, pictured here 
with Dr. Stanley Smith and Mrs. Elizabeth Cofield. 




Brigadier General Gutherie Turner delivering Con- 
vocation address. 



Mr. Benjamin Ruffin, Special Assistant to the 
Governor, presents a certificate to Brigadier 
General Gutherie Turner on behalf of the Gov- 
ernor's Office. 



This year's Founder's Day honorary degree recipients were 
Rev. Leo Williams, Jr., Doctor of Divinity; Brigadier General 
Gutherie Turner, Jr., Doctor of Humane Letters; Dr. Charles 
"A" Lyons, Chancellor of Fayetteville State University, Doctor 
of Humane Letters; and Dr. George C. Debnam, Vice Chair- 
man of the Shaw University Board of Trustees and Chairman 
of the Board's Executive Committee, Doctor of Humane Let- 
ters. 



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Miss Shaw University 1981, Miss Donna Baits, with the aid of Student Body President Maurice Brown, 
places a wreath on the grave of Shaw University Founder, Dr. Henry Martin Tupper. This graveside 
ceremony preceeds the Founder's Day Convocation and serves to officially commence the observance 
of Founder's Day. 



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Homecoming serves a dual purpose. Not only do the Alumni take this opportunity to reaquaint themselves with former 
friends and their Alma Mater, but they also use the occasion to have National Alumni meetings, select National officers, 
and a Miss Alumni. Alumni from across the nation and around the world converge upon Shaw University for this event. 



Pictured above (upper right) are outgoing National Alumni Association President Rev. Ralph Grant and Recording Secre- 
tary Mrs. Helen Stone, along with Dr. Stanley Smith. Above left, Mrs. Susie Perry addresses alumni at a National Alumni 
Association meeting, and, above right. Rev. Grant is pictured again with Miss Alumni, Miss Ella Brewer. 



ANNUAL ALUMNI BANQUET 



The Annual Alumni Banquet was held on Friday, Nov. 14 
in the Student Union Ballroom. At the banquet. Miss 
Alumni and her Attendants were presented. Also at the 
banquet. Achievement Award Winners were honored. In- 
cluded in the award winners were Mr. Isreal B. Singleton, 
recipient of the Henry Martin Tupper Award, and Judge 
Stafford G. Bullock, recipient of the Elijah Shaw Award. 



We at Shaw were proud to honor a special group of Uni- 
versity employees at the banquet. Mrs. Martha Wheeler, 
Mrs. EInora Kee, Mrs. Elizabeth Cofield, Mrs. Beatrice Mar- 
tin, and Mrs. Roberta Floyd were cited for 30 years of ser- 
vice to the University. 






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MISS 

HOMECOMING 

1980-81 

Our Miss Homecoming 1980 is Miss Vanessa 
Evans. She hails from Hickory, N.C., where 
she made history at her high school by be- 
coming the first Black Homecoming queen. 

At Shaw University, Vanessa is a senior 
majoring in Psychology. She plans to persue 
further studies in Rehabilatative Counseling. 
She has been very active in various campus 
organizations. Vanessa has served as Sopho- 
more class treasurer and represented the Ju- 
nior class as Miss Junior. Vanessa is also a 
member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. 

Vanessa has recently graduated from Shaw 
with honors and has been selected by the 
National Register as an Outstanding College 
Graduate. 

Ms. Evans is an asset to Shaw University and 
the student body is proud to have had her 
represent them as Miss Homecoming. 





MISS ALUMNI 1980 

Miss Ella Brewer 




Miss Alumni 1980, Miss Ella Brewer, is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, 
Incorporated and represents the Washington, D. C. Chapter of the National 
Alumni Association. She is a 1974 graduate of Shaw University. She is pictured 
here with Dr. Stanley Smith and Mr. Isreal B. Singleton, President of the Nation- 
al Alumni Association. 



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CORONATION 




1980 




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MISS SHAW 
MS DONNA 




UNIVERSITY 1980-81 
R. BATTS 




Ms. Donna R. Batts, a senior majoring in Early Childhood Education 
was elected Miss Shaw University 1980-81 by the student body of 
Shaw University. 

Ms. Batts is a 1977 graduate of West Edgecombe Senior High School, 
where she was a very active participant in school activities. 

Here, at Shaw, Donna has continued her career of outstanding ser- 
vice. She has received various service awards from the University, 
and has served in the capacities of Miss Freshman in 1977-78, and as- 
sistant secretary for the Student Activities Committee. 

Even though Donna invests much of her time in service to the Uni- 
versity, she also manages to invest enough time in her studies to 
make the National Dean's List and maintain an academic average that 
qualifies her to be an honor student. Ultimately, Donna plans to earn 
the Ph.D. degree in Education and Therapy. 





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ATTENDANTS TO MISS SHAW 




First Attendant to Miss Shaw Bernadetle Brown 



Second Attendant to Miss Shaw Emma Pinckney 




ALL THE WAY ACROSS A CONTINENT FROM THE 
AFRICAN MOTHERLAND PROUDLY YOU STAND. . . 



Bernadette Brown 
Miss Alpha Phi Alpha 



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... A QUEEN OF ROYAL GRACE 

REIGNING ABOVE ALL TIME AND SPACE 

AND THEY CALL YOU QUEEN OF THE MOTHERLAND 





Sandra Gwen 

Miss Kappa Alpha Psi 



Cynthia Holmes 

Miss Unique Horizon Dancers 








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. . . WELCOME HOME QUEEN 
YOUR BEAUTY'S A NATURAL SHEEN 




Annell lohnson 
Miss Heritage Festival 



Deborah Jordan 

Miss Beta Rho Chapter of Alpha phi Alpha 



. . . YOUR LAUGHTER THE RIVER NILE 
THE CONGO IS YOUR SMILE . . . 






Edith Lee 

Miss Pink and Green 



Tanya Lawson 
Miss Freshman 




Stephanie Lumford 

Miss Political Science Club 

1st Attendant to Ms Homecoming 



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... A QUEEN OF REJOICE 

I HEAR THE SOUL OF YOUR VOICE 






. . . WELCOME HOME QUEEN 
YOUR BEAUTY'S A NATURAL SHINE 
THE ESSENCE OF A DREAM DIVINE . . 




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Anifa Patterson 
Miss Usher Board 



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Kimberly Pierce 
Miss Sophomore 



Darna Robinson 

Miss Criminal Justice Association 




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Doris Russell 

Miss Physical Education Majors Club 



. . . YOUR BEAUTY'S A NATURAL SHEEN 
TRADEMARK OF AN ARABIAN QUEEN . . 



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Rita Schine 

Miss Delta Sigma Theta 





Michelle Sneed 
Miss W.S.H.A. 



... ALL THE WAY ACROSS A 
CONTINENT TO THE AMERICAN 
MOTHERLAND INSPIRATIONALLY 
YOU STAND . . . 



Suzanne Stanback 
Miss Senior 




Stephanie Vital 
Miss Jaycees 





Laurie Walker 
Miss Business Club 



Olivia Walker 

Miss Black Galaxy of North Carolina 



. . . FROM EONS OF GENERATIONS 

YOUR BEAUTY BUILT MANY NATIONS 

AND THEY CALL YOU HOMECOMING QUEEN 





Annie Wallace 

Miss lota Phi Lambda 



Patricia Watson 
Miss Phi Beta Sigma 



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Miss Yearbook Staff 



. . . AND THE PEOPLE CALL YOU 

ASHANTI, ZULU, MASSI, SWAHILI, YORUBA, AFRICAN, AMERICAN QUEEN. 



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courtesy of TRASH!! 




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As the rise of the morning sun— 

Let the lives of the Shaw University students and associates 
inhabit the ability to let their lights shine. For we all own a 
light. As we all know— the lights shine, yet they sometimes 
give out of glow, momentarily. However, they are re- 
placed (almost) simultaneously by another light, or that 
same light which glows even brighter than before. 

With our lives, let it be so— 

An everlasting sun, an everlasting glow. . . 






— Darlene Vinson 



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FRESHMEN ORIENTATION 




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A TRIBUTE 





students, Administrators, Faculty and 
friends all joined hands and marched 



"The Dreamer is Killed. 

They can kill the Dreamer, 

but not the dream." 




Dr. Grady Davis, speaker for the January 15th Memorial, held 
the audience spellbound as he delivered his speech on "The 
Non-Violent Philosophy of Change". 



TO DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. 




across the campus singing, "We Shall 
Overcome". 



"I'VE BEEN TO THE MOUNTAIN TOP 
AND SEEN THE PROMISED LAND" 
He went up to the mountain top 
And saw the promised land. 
He saw the time when blacks and whites 
Would prosper hand in hand; 

His battle was non-violent 

His weapon was true love 

The sermons that he preached for peace 

Were words from Cod above; 
"Forgive them," he said, "Father, 
For they know not what they do," 
These holy words were spoken 
With deep love for me and you,; 

He was the precious prince of peace 

Who sought to still all strife 

Until an act of violence 

Cut short his sweet young life; 
But a man like Martin Luther King 
Will never really perish 
For his noble spirit lingers 
In the memories we cherish; 

And he is an inspiration 

To all of us today 

Who will follow his example 

To continue, come what may. 
The search for new and peaceful ways 
Of using his ideas 
For universal brotherhood 
That's free from strife and fears; 

So let us all resolve to do 

Our part so there will be 

Fulfillment of this great man's dream 

Of setting all men free. 

D.M.N. 




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Michael Hall, Artist 
1977 Graduate of Shaw University 



CHAPTER 1 
CARTER-HIGH Collection 

By Michael Hall 
dedicated to 
Mrs. Willie High and 
Dr. Wilmoth Carter 





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SHAW UNIVERSITY'S THIRD 
ANNUAL HERITAGE FESTIVAL 




On April 3-5, Shaw University celebrated it's 3rd 
Annual Heritage Festival. This year's festival was 
planned to involve the entire Shaw family as well 
as the Raleigh community. Events such as Seminars 
in the Speech and Hearing Clinic, Heritage Lun- 
cheon, Coronation of Miss Heritage Festival, Greek 
Step Show, Fourth Annual Jazz Festival, Monte 
Carlo Night, Shaw Hall of Fame Induction, and the 
Black Music Festival combined to make the week- 
end of April 3-5 the most exciting one of the year 
and Shaw the most exciting spot in the Raleigh 
area. 

This year's Coronation of Miss Heritage Festival 
was a gala event. After the selection of Miss Heri- 
tage 1981, Sandra Ray danced to the theme song 
"One In a Million" as a tribute to newly selected 
Miss Heritage Festival 1981, Gloria Johnson. 



Thursday 





other queens on hand to honor Miss Heritage were Annell Johnson Miss Heritage 
1980, Vanessa Evans, Miss Homecoming and Miss Black Galaxy of North Carolina, 
Olivia Walker. 




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THIRD ANNUAL HERITAGE 
LUNCHEON 




The Heritage Luncheon is the official kick-off of the Heritage 
Festival. The Luncheon was held in the Student Union Ballroom. 
Guest speaker was Mr. Vernon Malone, Director of Federal Pro- 
grams for the Governor Moorehead School. Present at the Lun- 
cheon were Shaw University president Dr. Stanley Smith and 
Raleigh Mayor Smedes York. 

As it is the first official event of the Heritage Festival, the Lun- 
cheon is the first appearance of the Heritage Festival guests, 
namely jazz artist Donald Byrd, Conductor Coleridge-Taylor 
Perkinson, and Carl Hairston of the Philadelphia Eagles. 

Also at the Luncheon, Dean Soweil was presented with an 
award for Staffer of the Year. 



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TESTIMONIAL DINNER FOR 
DANIEL T. BLUE JR. 



The honoree of the Third Annual Heritage Festi- 
val Testimonial Dinner was Mr. Daniel T. Blue, 
Jr. Mr. Blue is the North Carolina State Repre- 
sentative for the 15th Legislative District. He is 
also an Attorney-at-Law, a partner in the firm of 
Thigpen, Blue, and Stephens. Mr. Blue is a 
longtime friend of the University, and was 
awarded the 1980 Distinguished Public Service 
Award from the University. 

On hand to pay tribute to Mr. Blue were the 
Reverend Arthur Calloway, Dr. Norman C. 
Camp, Special Assistant Office of the Secretary, 
North Carolina Dept. of Human Resources; Dr. 
James Colson, President, Wake County Black 
Democratic Caucus; and Mr. Cressie Thigpen, 
Attorney-at-Law. 




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SHAW UNIVERSITY HALL OF 
FAME INDUCTION 




Saturday 



On Saturday night, the Fourth Annual Athletic Hall of 
Fame Inductions were held. The guest speaker was Mr. 
Carl Hairston, All-Pro football player for the Philadelphia 
Eagles. 

The inductees were as follows: J. Royal Browning, Class, 
of 1931, Cecil Flagg, Class of 1932, Carl Easterling, Class of 
1934, George Mitchell, Class of 1926, Henry Black, Class of 
1929, and Clarence Moore, Class of 1930 




MONTE CARLO NIGHT 



Saturday 




For many students, Monte Carlo Night was ttie most enjoyable night of the Festival. Crowds were entertained by such bands as "Shaw- 
Nuff Funk", "Love Station", "Reflections", and the "Ultra Sonic Band" of Fayetteville. 

Naturally, one can'i have music without dancing. Shaw students: Emestine Davis and Vincent Bates performed a dramatic modern dance. 
Dancers from Durham, Friendship Connection, and a group of Shaw students, 9th Wonder, also performed. 

The entertainment was rounded out by a fashion show by "Silk", a modeling group from Raleigh and a performance by the Last Poets, 
one of whom is an alumnus of Shaw University. 



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GOSPEL SYMPHONY CONCERT 

Sunday 




The Gospel Symphony Concert marks the end of the 
Heritage Festival activities. It is a unique concert In 
that gospel music is performed by a symphony or- 
chestra. Conductor Coleridge-Taylor Perklnson or- 
chestrated the compositions of Joe Westmoreland. 
Soloists featured at the concert were Mrs. Waltye 
Rasulala, wife of Thalmus Rasulala, noted actor who 
is also the Executive Producer of the Heritage Festi- 
val; Ms. Doris Caldwell, Timothy Bolden, and Miss 
Valerie Tekosky. 





Oh, God 





As we cheer on our brothers 



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I looked beyond my obstacles 




and found freedom in knowledge. 



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DISTINGUISHED RECIPIENTS 

OF THE WHO'S WHO 
AMONG STUDENTS AWARD 

AT 
SHAW UNIVERSITY 



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Born under the astrological sign of Gemini, 
Theodore Anthony Savage comes to us from 
Rocky Mount, North Carolina. He is a senior 
majoring in Radio-TV-Film. This active young 
man is a member of the Pan-Hellenic Council, 
Shaw Players & Company, Peer Counselor Or- 
ganization, and the campus chapter of the 
NAACP. He is also a staff member of WSHA 
Public Affairs Committee and serves as Reli- 
gious Programs Director. Ted proudly wears the 
colors of black and gold, symbolizing Alpha Phi 
Alpha Fraternity, Inc. 

Joann Courts, a native of Reidsville, North Caro- 
lina, is majoring in Early Childhood Education. 
She is an active participant in such organiza- 
tions as the Student National Education Associ- 
ation, the NAACP, United Heritage Gospel 
Choir, and the Alpha Eta Omega Christian Fel- 
lowship. Ms. Courts has shown great scholastic 
abilities and is a member of Alpha Kappa Mu 
Honor Society. 



Edith Jeanette Lee is a senior majoring in Radio- 
TV-Film. This Aquarian is a native of Pittsburgh, 
Pennsylvania. She is a member of the Pan- 
Hellenic Council, the NAACP, and the Shaw 
University Journal Staff. Among her many 
achievements, she has been inducted into Al- 
pha Epsilon Rho Broadcasting Honor Society. 
Ms. Lee is a lady of Alpha Kappa Alpha Soror- 
ity, Inc., possessing a touch of class. 

From Laurinburg, North Carolina, Robert L. Wil- 
liams, Jr. is a senior majoring in Intermediate 
Education. This outgoing Picean is a member of 
the Education Council Committee, the Chorale 
Society, and the United Heritage Gospel Choir. 
He also serves as president of the Student Na- 
tional Education Association. During leisure 
time, Mr. Williams enjoys traveling and writing. 



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Donna Batts, a native of Rocky Mount, North 
Carolina, is a senior majoring in Early Childhood 
Education. She is a member of the Student 
Government Association, the NAACP, Student 
National Educational Association, and the Edu- 
cation Council Committee. Ms. Batts currently 
holds the title of Miss Shaw University (1980- 
81). She loves traveling and meeting people. 

A native of Richmond, Virginia, Cornell {ones, 
Ir. is a senior Biology major. This talented 
young man has exercised his talents in the Con- 
cert Band, Jazz Band, the Marching Band and is 
currently Drum Major. He illustrates leadership 
as senior class president and as a student repre- 
sentative to the academic council. Mr. Jones is 
also a member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. 

Van Sharpe, a senior majoring in Mass 
Communications/Business, is a native of 
Tarboro, North Carolina. This academically in- 
clined young man is a member of Alpha Chi 
and Alpha Kappa Mu National Honor Socieities, 
Alpha Epsilon Rho Broadcasting Honor Society, 
and has mastered the National Dean's List. He 
is also a student of the Woodrow Wilson Intern 
Program. Mr. Sharpe serves as a tutor in the 
field of science during his spare time. 

Jacquelyn M. Young, a senior English major, is a 
native of Green Pond, South Carolina. She is 
currently a member of the Pre-Alumni Council 
(treasurer). Peer Counselors Organization (trea- 
surer). Women's Personnel Council, The Shaw 
Journal Staff (Associate Editor), and a Residence 
Intern. Ms. Young is also Editor-in-Chief of this 
edition of the BEAR (1980-81). This scholarly 
young lady is a member of Alpha Chi and Al- 
pha Kappa Mu National Honor Societies. She 
also serves on the Academic Council and is a 
member of the National Dean's List. 

A native of Raleigh, North Carolina, Darlene 
Antionette Vinson is a junior majoring in Eng- 
lish. She is a member of the Marching Band, 
the Teachers Committee, and the Yearbook 
Staff. This year, she served in the capacity of 
Editor-in-Chief for the school newspaper. She 
has been Inducted into Alpha Chi and Alpha 
Kappa Mu National Honor Societies. Ms. Vinson 
is a lady of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. 

Craig Eric Glenn, a native of Newark, New Jer- 
sey, is a senior Radio-TV-Film major born under 
the sign of Cancer. He is a member of the 
Shaw Players & Company, WSHA Radio Staff, 
and the Intramural Basketball team. Mr. Glenn is 
also secretary of the Organization of Liberal 
Organized Respectable Dedicated Students. 



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Christopher A. Carter is a junior majoring in 
Physical Education. This aspiring individual falls 
under the astrological sign of Capricorn and is a 
native of Martinsville, Virginia. He is currently 
Head Resident Advisor, Junior Class President, 
Student Intramural Director, and is a member of 
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. Mr. Carter's hob- 
bies include playing basketball, especially 
coaching. 

From Monticeilo, Florida, Gwendolyn Delores 
Saffo is a senior majoring in Criminal 
Justice/Public Administration. She is an active 
participant of the Criminal Justice Association 
and works with the Yearbook Staff. Gwen is 
also a member of Alpha Kappa Mu and Alpha 
Chi National Honor Societies. She plans to at- 
tend Law school in the fall. 

Emily J. Herder is a Physical Education major 
from Murfreesboro, North Carolina. In addition 
to being very active with the PEM Club, she 
has also represented the Theological Fratemity 
in the Coronation of Miss Shaw this year. 

Alvin Chapman, a native of Chesterfield, South 
Carolina, is a senior majoring in 
Communications/Business Management. He is a 
member of the Alpha Epsilon Rho Broadcasting 
Honor Society (vice president), the Peer Coun- 
selor Organization, Tutorial program and a stu- 
dent of the Woodrow Wilson Intern Program. 
Mr. Chapman is currently vice-president of the 
Student Government Association. He also serves 
as president of Alpha Phi Alpha Fratemity, Inc. 



A native of Liberty, North Carolina, Thomas 
Maurice Brown is a senior Radio-TV-Film major. 
He has served on the tutorial special services 
staff and has received various awards. Mr. 
Brown is president of the Student Government 
Association. He is also a member of Phi Beta 
Sigma Fratemity, Inc. 

From Nkwerre, Imo-State, Nigeria, Henry O. 
Emezie is a senior Business Management major. 
He is currently president of the International 
Student Association. Mr. Emezie is a regular 
participant of Sunday School, P.T.O., and the 
Business Club. He is also a member of Alpha 
Kappa Mu Honor Society. 




Sylvia Denise Skeeter, a senior Health and Phys- 
ical Education major, is a native of Portsmouth, 
Virgina. This academically inclined young lady is 
a member of Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society. 
She Is also a wise woman of Delta Sigma Theta 
Sorority, Inc. 



A junior majoring in Theatre, Gary Yates is a 
native of Memphis, Tennessee. This arain born, 
extremely talented young man is a member of 
the Shaw Players & Company, the National As- 
sociation of Dramatic & Speech Art, and the 
Mid America Performing Arts Workshop. 



Casmir Uche Ibe is a senior Business major from 
Nigeria. He is a very active member of the In- 
ternational Students Organization. 



Resunester Rogers, a native of Reldsville, North 
Carolina, is a senior majoring in Speech 
Pathology/Audiology. Ms. Rogers is a member 
of the Baptist Student Union, Alpha Eta Omega 
Fellowship (secretary), and Alpha Kappa Mu 
Honor Society. 



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A native of Jacksonville, North Carolina, Mack 
T. Bedard is a senior Theatre major. He is a 
member of the Court Street Players, Shaw Play- 
ers & Company, and the National Association 
of Dramatic & Speech Arts. During leisure time, 
Mr. Bedard enjoys writing poetry. He plans to 
further his education at Ohio State University to 
study theatre. 



(Not pictured) Carolyn Pope 
is a senior Business Manage- 
ment major from St. 
Clairsville, Ohio. She is a 
member of the Usher Board, 
Sunday School, and Alpha 
Eta Omega Christian Fellow- 
ship. Ms. Pope has been in- 
ducted Into Alpha Kappa Mu 
National Honor Society. 




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Edwin Goodall is a musically inclined 
senior from Richmond, Virginia. He is in- 
volved in the Jazz Band, Marching Band 
and the Concert Band. Mr. Goodall is also 
Assistant Director of the Jazz Consort. 



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From Nigeria, Theophilus Nwachukwu is a 
senior majoring in Political Science/lntemational 
Relations. He has served as Vice-President of 
the International Students' Organization (1979- 
80), and the Political Science Association (Parlia- 
mentarian, 1979-80). He has made the National 
Dean's List and is a member of Alpha Kappa 
Mu Honor Society. Mr. Nwachukwu is also a 
member of the Nigerian Students Association of 
Raleigh. 




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THE SHAW DIVINriY SCHOOL 



Dr. lames Z. Alexander 
Dean, School of Divinity 



DEGREE CANDIDATES 



BACHELOR OF THEOLOGY 



Felix Bailey, Jr. 
Charles D. Bell 
Lucy N. Gray 
Frederick H. Lucas 
Langford Love 



Charles O. McDowell 
James D. Paige 
Costell S. Rolle 
William S. Thompson 
Dury B. Underwood 



Lawrence F. Wilson 



THE MASTER OF DIVINITY 



Lincoln Blanding 
Ethel K. Brake 
William T. Brown, Jr. 
Jimmy Lee Gilchrist 



Gariand E. Pierce 
Edith M. Shokes 
Ariester Simpson 
Cozelle M. Wilson 






William H. Brock 
Instructor 



Grady Davis 
Instructor 




Felix Barley, )r. 
Eddie L Barnes 
Urias Beebe 



Adris Bhuya 
J. E. Blalock 
Lincoln Blanding 






Ethel Brake 



James Clemonts 
Thomas Clifton 
Eula M. Coleman 







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Thedelmon Cromartie Nomian Davis W. C. Dortch 




Shawlin Dunn 




James W. Ellis 



William E. Evans 
Fred Gibson 
Marion B. Glenn 




Lucy Gray 



Charlie E. Green 




Enoch E. Holloway Dennis Hamplin 



Mary Heggie 



Theressa Hodges 



Jessie E. Keamey 




Johnny Jackson, Jr. 





Mathis Lemr 



Robert Lucas 




Chauncey McDonald Charies McDowell Floyd B. McKissicec Michael A. Mangum 





John E. McLean Lairy McMillian Donald W. Morgan Melvinia S. Paiker 




Gariand Pierce Pauline Poole Charies Reynold Jr. Charles D. Smith 




Gussie D. Thompsoi William S. Thompson Rudolph Tripp Mary C. Wilkins 




Michael A. Whitfield 



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Joseph Windley Vemon M. Worety 






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CHARLESTON CAPE 



Seniors 



♦ 



Hester Bligen 
Harry Burns 
Martha Edwards 



Barbara Gordon 
Philip E. LaRoche 
Shirley Mitchell 



Clarke Powell 
Willie Rogers 
Otis Whitehead 








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Charleston CAPE 




Alfreda Blue 
Mae Brooks 
Ivey Broughton 



Anthony Brown 
Patricia Brown 
Barbara Campbell 



Kathleen Chapman 
Carol Dawson 
Theodocia Dayton 



Donis Derricotte 
Patricia Duncan 
Eusebio Espiritu 



Serena Freeman 
Thelma L. Gantlin 
lanice Garvin 



Sherry Garvin 
Leola Godsden 
Gail Goodwin 



Rovena Hazel 
Earline Howell 
George Jones 



Israel C. Judge 
Pauline Ladson 
Linda McCants 





Ezell Middleton 
Mildred Mikell 
Theodosia Miller 



Shirley Polite 
Ruthie Rivers 
Florence Scott 



Deloais Simpson 
Emma Washington 
Helen D. Williams 



Lila Williams 
Julie Wright 



ESTEY HALL 

The First Seminary For Black Ladies In 
The United States i 




YESTERDAY 




TOMORROW 



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CREATING THE FUTURE 






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More of those Shaw men, looking some kind of 
good. 




will succeed.' 



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Some things just can' 




"Yeah, we're bad . . i 



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didn't do it . . . you did it 




id we know it!!!' 



Foxy . . . huh? 




"Ump! . . . there is something about that man" 




"You really think I have a chance, huh?" 




Charlie "P' 




Presenting 



THE CLASS OF 1981 

Congratulations On Your Graduation 



May you dedicate yourself . . . 

Not only to strive 
for the goals you have set, 

but to meet them 

and set even more . . . 

Not only to hold 
to the dreams you have had, 

but to dream 
greater dreams than before . . . 

Not only to enjoy 
this land and Its wealth, 

but to make it 
a better place to live . . . 

And not only to take 
what you can from this life, 

but to love 
and to generously give. 

— William R. Lawrence — 



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No Matter 

How Dark the Beginning, 
One Who Strives 
Can Reach the Sun. 




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116TH CONVOCATION FOR THE CONFERRING 

OF DEGREES 





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"THE CREAM ALWAYS RISES 
TO THE TOP" 




You are young, 

and you have 

a vital gift 

for the world . . . 

that gift is yourself. 





CAN YOU REMEMBER WHEN? 





George Evans 



IN LOVING MEMORY OF 



Ura High {ones 



Samuel L. Parham, Jr. 



Thou fair-haired angel of the evening, 
Now, whilst the sun rests on the mountains, light 
Thy bright torch of love; thy radiant crown 
Put on, and smile upon our evening bed! 
Smile on our loves, and while thou drawest the 
Blue curtains of the sky, scatter thou silver dew 
On every flower that shuts its sweet eyes 
In timely sleep . . . 




They live on in the hearts and memories of the entire 
Shaw Family and the Community. 



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IN MEMORIUM 

ATLANTA 
The Slain and Missing Children 




GOD BLESS THE CHILDREN 



BENEATH THE HOUSE 
THE SHADOWS ESCAPE 
TILL 

DAWN 
COMES WALKING WITH DEATH 
ON HER ARM 
PUTTING OUT LIGHTS 
THAT BURN TOO LOW 
— CONYUS— 



CONTRIBUTrONS 



Mrs. Barbara Byrd 
Sylvester Colvin 
Dr. Grady Davis 
Chris Hinton 
Deborah Leathers 
Edith Lee 

Elvaiorie Matthews 
Regina Phifer 
David K. Rosby 
Katrina Webb 
Carlene Williams 
Mr. Rudolph Williams 



Poetry Credit: Page 40, "Friends" written by Dariene Vinson 
Pages 139-49 written by Olivia I. Walker 

Senior Attire courtesy of VIP Fomial Wear 



ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS & 
THANKS 



In the preparation of this book, the Editor has received 
cooperation and assistance from numerous individuals. To all of 
them, she is grateful. 

The first appreciation goes to the individuals with whom she 
worked extremely close: 

Audrey James 

Josephine Holmes 

Darlene Vinson 
Without their support and cooperation, this project could not 
have been completed. 



Reverend James Alexander 

Mayme Banks 

Dr. Patricia Caple 

Marilyn Fields 

Roberta Floyd 

Vivian Calbreath 

Graphic Arts Department 

Ann Griffin 

Mrs. Willie High 

David Howard 

Gregory Jenkins 

Yvonne Joyner 

Thomas Kee 

Mr. Robert Lawson, ICP Representative 

Andrew McManus 

Dr. Bishetta Memtt 

Mr. James Mitchell 

George Parker 

Bobby Sanders 

Dr. O.L. Sherrill 

Dr. Stanley Smith 

Mack Sowell 

J.D. Hinton Studio 

Reverend Ronald Swain 

Calvin Swinson 

Clarence Toomer 

Paul Vandergrift, Jr. 

Daniel White 

Rudolph Williams 



(A special thanks to my roommate Carolyn for putting up with 
me! God Bless You Always) 



THE EDITOR SPEAKS 



We become knowledgeable through (the) channels of academia, yet there is another source to enlighten 
ment; that of participation in activities! With successful achievement, the feelings of accomplishment, dedica 
tion, and pride broaden the educational growth of an individual. 

There were times when we believed this Edition would not be published. Through hard work, and a smal 
yet determined staff, we made it a reality. 

It was felt that whatever space was available for introductions should be used for a more valuable purpose 
and that at least an attempt should be made toward bringing back the unity at Shaw through our action 
and impressions. 

In preparing this edition, I wish to again thank all those mentioned in the acknowledgements, particular!; 
Reverend Ronald Swain, Mr. J.D. Hinton, and Mr. Willie J. Hardee II; to express my gratitude to Mr. Mac! 
Sowell who has always been there when we needed him; and to add special thanks to Mr. R. Andrev 
McManus who has helped me in almost every part of this production. 

I am particulariy anxious to acknowledge the invaluable and essential role of Mr. Paul Vandergrift, Jr., wh( 
unselfishly bore the major responsibility for this book. His capacity to concentrate on this project, despiti 
the cares and problems of a busy Development office is indicative of the great asset he is to Shaw Univer 
sity. 

Special appreciation goes to my parents who have asked so little and done so much. 

I would like to express my sincere thanks to those who made it possible for me to serve in the capacity o 
Editor for this edition. I hope that each person is in some small way pleased, and in the course of lookin; 
through this book, I hope that a smile is (once) brought to each face— then my work will not have beer 
in vain! 

To my fellow graduates, THE CLASS OF 1981, I would like to say that we are in a Class all our own. 
hope it leads the way to many future successes. 

WE ARE THE FUTURE 



May this book serve as a constant reminder of your most cherished moments in our rich heritage. 

Wishing you new horizons to explore . . . new experiences to enjoy. May God bless you all in your future 
endeavors. 



Shaw University 
Raleigh, NC 
1981 



Yours in the/iame of SU 



Jacquelyn MT Youn^ 
Editor-in-Chlei 




Jacquelyn M. Young 
Editor-in-Chief 



THE 
BEAR 

EXPONENT 




Josephine Holmes — Associate Editor 
Katherine Washington — Secretary 
Gwendolyn Colleton — Layout Editor 



Staffers: 
Willie |. Hardee, II Robert Caple 

David Coble Lathronia Stewart 

Falthe Jones Janice Whorley 



Darlene Vinson 
Special Features/Typist 



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THE BEAR EXPONENT 




J. D. Hinfon 

Class Photographer 



Paul Vandergrifl, Jr. 
Advisor 




Audrey James 
Executive Editor 



Adebayo Oladoye 
Campus Photographer 



Joseph Woods 
Campus Photographer 




Mack Sowed 
Special Advisor 



Inter-Collegiate Press 
Shawnee Mission, Kansas 



TO OUR EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: 



We, the 1981 Bear Staff, wish to give special thanks to you 
for your contributions toward the successful completion of 
the Bear. We feel that without your drive and determina- 
tion, your ability to remain calm and sure of the success 
of the Bear in the face of the many adversities that 
occured throughout the year, this edition of the Bear 
would not have been possible. 

We congratulate you on your graduation from Shaw Uni- 
versity, and as you go forth from the protection and secu- 
rity of the Shaw Family, into the "real" world, go with the 
knowledge that we believe in your success. You have 
demonstrated to us that, no matter what obstacles present 
themselves, it is possible to overcome them and achieve 
your goals. Under your guidance, we have found that with 
faith and confidence in your abilities, you can accomplish 
great things. We are sure that a young lady of your caliber 
can and will achieve greatness. 

Our theme for the 1981 Bear is "You are the Future" As we 
worked with you on this publication, we have glimpsed your 
future— creative, exciting, successful! 

The Bear Staff 
1980-81 



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NORMAN M. DIGGS 

Congratulations on your graduation. 

Much success in the future. 

Love, 

Your Parents 

Mr. & Mrs. Felix H. Boone 



WE THE UNDERSIGNED ARE PROUD OF 

OUR SON, MAURICE SPEARS ON HIS 

GRADUATION FROM 

SHAW UNIVERSITY 

CONGRATULATIONS! 

YOU DESERVE THE BEST, MAY GOD 

EVER KEEP YOU. 

MRS. LORIENA SPEARS 

MR. & MRS. MOSES HOWARD 



BARBARA BATTLE 
CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES 

TO OUR 

DAUGHTER UPON HER GRADUATION 

FROM SHAW 

UNIVERSITY— CLASS OF 1981. 

WE LOVE YOU 
MR. & MRS. WILLIAM BATTLE 



GERRY WAYNE MC KOY 

GERRY, WE ARE PROUD OF YOU ON 

YOUR GRADUATION. 

LOVE, MOTHER & BROTHERS 



jOETTE MANIGO 

CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR 

GRADUATION. 

WE ARE PROUD OF YOU. 

LOVE, YOUR PARENTS 

MR. & MRS. LANDER MANIGO 


JESSIE D. LATSON 
POP, WE ARE PROUD OF YOU ON 

YOUR GRADUATION. 

LOVE, YOUR MOTHER MRS. FLOSSIE 

LATSON & THE LATSON FAMILY 


MRS. DEOTHIA STAFFORD 
WE WOULD LIKE TO CONGRATULATE 

YOU ON ACHIEVING YOUR 
GRADUATION. MAY GOD BLESS YOU. 
-THE NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH- 


CRAIG ERIC GLENN 

ERIC, 1 AM SO PROUD OF YOU ON 

YOUR GRADUATION. 

I KNEW YOU COULD DO IT. 

GOD BLESS YOU. 

LOVE, YOUR MOTHER 

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JACQUELYN M. YOUNG 

CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR GRADUATION 
IN THE CLASS OF 1981. 

WE ARE PROUD OF YOU AND APPRECIATIVE 
TO SHAW UNIVERSITY. 

ALWAYS SEEKING CAUSES TO CHAMPION, 
MAY YOU CONTINUE TO SHARE YOUR TALENTS 
WITH THOSE YOU COME IN CONTACT WITH. 

WE SHARE THE ECSTACY OF YOUR PLEASURE, 
WITH FAITH IN YOUR ABILITY AND HOPE FOR 
YOUR FUTURE. 

WE SEND YOU FORTH TO JOIN THE RANK OF 
MANY OUTSTANDING SHAW GRADUATES. 

WISHING YOU MUCH SUCCESS AND HAPPINESS, 
LOVE ALWAYS, 

YOUR PARENTS, MR. & MRS. JAMES YOUNG 

& 

REGGIE, SHANTELL AND JACHOSIA 



raj , -HrgJH B 



Congratulations on your graduation 

Mr. Willie J. Hardee II 

Ms. Carolyn Pope 

Mr. Seth Smith 

We wish you much success and happiness in the future. 

We hope that each of you will reach your highest peak. 

May God Bless and Keep You Forever. 

Love, 

THE USHER BOARD 



ROBERT A. KLASS 

It was a long hard struggle. 

You have made me very proud. 

Love, Peace & Happiness. 

Always, Mother 


TRUDY BARRETT 

1 am proud of you 

Love 

Your Mother 


ROSA A. STANBACK 

Congratulations to my Daughter and our 

Sister. 

We love you. 

Marion E. Stanback and Naomi and 

Laura 


CRAIG ERIC GLENN 

Eric, Congratulations on a job well done. 

We love you 

Your Grandparents, 

B.J. & Jean Glenn 

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Much Success After Your Graduation! 

Stephanie Vital 

Jacquelyn Young 

Alisa McNair 

Best Wishes, 

Women's Personnel Council 



The Political Science Association of Shaw 
University would like to extend our con- 
gratulations to the senior graduates of 
The Political Science Association. We 
wish you all the love, prosperity and 
happiness in whatever your future plans 
may be. 



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The Yearbook Staff would like to extenc 
a warm congratulations to all Graduate* 
of The Class of 1981. | 

. . . March ever forward, breaking dowr 
bars. 

Look ever upward at the sun and the 
stars. 

Oh, my dark children, may my dreams 
and my prayers 

Impel you forever up the great stairs . . . 
(from THE NEGRO MOTHER by 
Langston Hughes) 



GWENDOLYN DELORES SAFFO 
Although the nights were long and wea- 
ry, we are proud of you for your deter- 
mination to succeed. 

Love, your Mother, Flowerzell Saffo and 
your Sisters and Brothers Henry, Laverne, 
Alta, PearlyeAnn and Willie 



EMMA PINCKNEY 

Congratulations on your 

graduation in the Shaw 

University Class of 1981 

We are proud of you 



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SYLVIA D. SKEETER 

We congratulate you on your graduation in the Shaw Uni- 
versity Class of 1981. We knew you could do it and we 
are so proud of you. 

Love, Mom, Kat and Tina 



To Our Beloved Mother, Gran-Mother and Wife 

DEOTHIA STAFFORD 
Congratulations! We knew you could do it! ... As long as 
you keep faith and trust in God, He will help you to 
achieve all your future endeavors. 

Good Luck!! 

Love Always, 

The Immediate Stafford Family 



STEPHANIE LUMFORD 

Congratulations!! We are very proud of you. 

Good Luck in your future endeavors. 

From your entire Family 

(Mother & Father) Mr. & Mrs. Albert Lumford, Jr. 

(Grandparents) Mrs. Mozelle Taliaferro 

Mr. & Mrs. Albert Lumford, Sr. 

(sisters & brothers) Mr. & Mrs. Gregory Donaldson 
Wendy and Denise 
Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Taliaferro 

(Niece & nephew) Ashiaha and Rashao 

(Uncles, Aunts & Cousins) Mr. & Mrs. George Taliaferro 

Mr. & Mrs. John Taliaferro II 
John III, Edwin, and Debra 
Mr. & Mrs. John Hoffman 
Estelle Taliaferro 
Felicia and Karia 
Mr. & Mrs. Ellis Taliaferro 
Alisa 

Mr. & Mrs. Ivory Taliaferro 
Ivory and Leslie 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles Lumford 
Gail, Sharon, Michelle, Judy, 

Tyrone and Charles Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Small 
Lorraine and Lillian 
Mr. & Mrs. Mason Robinson 
Anita and Carolyn 
Mr, & Mrs. Douglass Lumford 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Lumford 
Paula, Randy and Karen 



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DAVE BALTIMORE JOHNSON 
Congratulations 
We are proud of you and have prayed 
for this day. 

Thanks to Shaw University. 
Mother, Father, Sister and Brothers 



The Peer Counselors 
Congratulations on your graduation! 
We share your joy as you reach another 
milestone in your life. 
May God bless all of you. 
The Peer Counselor Organization 



ROSE MARIE JACKSON 
Congratulation Rose, on your graduation 
in the Shaw University Class of 1981 
God Bless You 
We love you! 
Your Mother, Sisters and Brothers 



HESTER H. BLIGEN 

Hester, We are proud of you on your 

graduation. 

Love, your Daughters and Grandson: 

Sandra, Sammetta, Sharon and John 



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Yonges Island, SC 29494 

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Miami, FL 33142 

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Cottageville, SC 29435 

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Ahoskie, NC 27910 

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Frogmore, SC 29920 

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109 Ramblewood Drive 
Raleigh, NC 27604 

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515 Florence Street 
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Fayetteville, NC 28301 

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Raleigh, NC 27614 

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405 King Street 
Winder, GA 30680 

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Charleston, SC 29403 

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Pelham, NC 27311 

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Spring Lake, NC 28390 

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144-23-181 Place 
Springfield Garden, NY 11722 



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Ahoskie, NC 27910 

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Whitakers, NC 27891 

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Nashville, TN 37208 

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Gastonia, NC 28052 

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Fayetteville, NC 28303 

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Arlington, VA 22204 

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Bayboro, NC 28515 

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Raleigh, NC 27605 

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Raleigh, NC 27607 

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Chicago, IL 60612 



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Whiteville, NC 28472 

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Jacksonville, FL 32207 

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Charleston, SC 29403 

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Durham, NC 27712 

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Franklinton, NC 27525 

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Fayetteville, NC 28301 

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Raleigh, NC 27610 



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Fayetteville, NC 28301 

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Charleston, SC 29407 

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Tampa, FL 33607 

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Pittsburgh, PA 15233 

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Henderson, NC 27536 

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Maxton, NC 28364 

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Fort Bragg, NC 28301 

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Goldsboro, NC 27530 

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Fayetteville, NC 28303 

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Wendell, NC 27591 

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Raleigh, NC 27603 

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Beaufort, SC 29902 

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Murfreesboro, NC 27855 

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Norlina, NC 27563 

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Laurlnburg, NC 28352 

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Mount Olive, NC 28365 

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Autryville, NC 28318 

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New York, NY 10029 

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Charleston, SC 29412 

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Roxobel, NC 27872 

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Raleigh, NC 27610 

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East Orange, NJ 07017 

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Rimini, SC 29131 

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Raleigh, NC 27610 

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Raleigh, NC 27604 

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Gibson, NC 28343 

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Durham, NC 27701 

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Landover, MD 20785 

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Raleigh, NC 27607 

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Kittrell, NC 27544 

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Fayetteville, NC 28305 

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17 Fairview Avenue 
Stamford, CT 06902 

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9101 Ray Road 
Raleigh, NC 27612 

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Reidsville, NC 27320 

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Raleigh, NC 27610 

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200 Summerhill Road 
Fayetteville, NC 28303 

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Lewiston, NC 27849 



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Monticello, FL 32344 

LOIS E. SAPP 

225 Oakdale Drive 

Clayton, NC 27520 

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630 5th Street 

Palm Beach, FL 33401 

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708 Lincoln Drive 
Rocky Mount, NC 27801 

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705 Navaho Drive 
Raleigh, NC 27609 

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216 Ridgewood Drive 

Tarboro, NC 27886 

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2564B Caldonia Circle 
Fayetteville, NC 28301 

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924 Tazewell Street 
Portsmouth, VA 23701 

RANDY SKINNER 
1111 Chisholm Circle 
Portsmouth, VA 23704 

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Route 5 Box 265 
Oxford, NC 27565 

SETH S. SMITH 
Route 7 Box 195 
Whiteville, NC 28472 

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1628B Burgundy Street 
Raleigh, NC 27610 

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Raleigh, NC 27606 

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Whiteville, NC 28472 

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Summerton, SC 29148 

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Newark, NJ 97103 

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Aberdeen, NC 28315 



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Philadelphia, PA 19104 

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1880 Central Park Road 
Charleston, SC 29412 

RONALD STEWART 
4245 Wabash 
Chicago, IL 60653 

LINDA SUGGS 
Route 1 Box 268-A24 
Farmville, NC 27848 

ADRIENNE SUMMERS 
65 Egerton Terrace 
East Orange, N| 07018 

MARIBEL TATE 

5229 Brookfield Road 

Fayetteville, NC 28303 

BRENDA F. TAYLOR 
620 Water Street 
Henderson, NC 27536 

MARSHA A. TAYLOR 
800 Scott Street 
Portsmouth, VA 23704 

MATTHEW COOLERIDGE TAYLOR 
3104 Merrill Court 
Raleigh, NC 27604 

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Norfolk, VA 23508 

MARY TEMPLE 
1507 Camelig Road 
Beaufort, SC 29902 

MARY THOMAS 
1219 Lakeland Street 
Durham, NC 27701 

ALYCE THOMPSON 

Box 332 

Pinehurst, NC 28374 

CLARENCE TRESCOTT 
181 Fishbume Street 
Charleston, SC 29403 

DOZIE ULASI 

2346 Foxridge Drive 

Raleigh, NC 27610 

CLIFTON VAUGHN 
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Murfreesboro, NC 27855 



JOHN D. WAHYON 
801 Dupree Street 
Durham, NC 27701 

LANITA WALKER 
1214 Chowan Road 
Durham, NC 27713 

OLIVIA WALKER 
44 Spruce Street 
Wyandanch, NY 11798 

STEVE WALKER 
P.O. Box 254 
Franklin, VA 23851 

ANNIE WALLACE 
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Grimesland, NC 27837 

GRADY WALSTON 
900 E. Holly Street 
Rocky Mount, NC 27801 

SYLVESTER WASHINGTON 
Route 1 Box 332 
Pineville, SC 29468 

LILLIAN WATKINS 

1321 W. Andrews Avenue 

Henderson, NC 27536 

PATRICIA WATSON 
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Windsor, NC 27983 

PATRICIA A. WEST 
Route 1 Box 300 
Ahoskie, NC 27910 

CATRICE WHITE 

1737 W. Ontario Street 

Philadelphia, PA 19140 

JO-ANN WHITE 
P.O. Box 912 Lot 53 
Wilson, NC 27813 

CARRIE WILLIAMS 
Route 1 Box 48 
Alberta, AL 36720 

CYNTHIA D. WILLIAMS 
Route 1 Box 1046 
Monckes Corner, SC 29461 

DONNA WILLIAMS 
313 Blanchard Street 
Walterboro, SC 29488 

EDWARD WILLIAMS 
Route 1 Box 9 
Awendon, SC 29425 



FERMON WILLIAMS 
4645 Lamar Avenue 
Suiteland, MD 20023 

JACQUELINE WILLIAMS 
6595 Stillwater Drive 
Fayetteville, NC 28304 

JEFFREY WILLIAMS 
500 Smokeridge Lane 
Raleigh, NC 27609 

JOSEPH WILLIAMS 
807 Ellerbee Street 
Durham, NC 27704 

OTIS WILLIAMS 
3206-C Trent Street 
Greensboro, NC 27405 

ROBERT L. WILLIAMS, JR. 
126D Duncan Smith Apt. 
Laurinburg, NC 28352 

SHIRLEY WILLIAMS 
2409 Egers Drive 
Raleigh, NC 27610 

STANLEY WILLIAMS 
817 Commerce Street 
Fayetteville, NC 28305 

TANYA WILLIAMS 
213 W. Market Street 
Newark, NJ 07103 

MELVERLEEN WILSON 
2102 Wintergreen Place 
Durham, NC 27707 

ROSE WILSON 

137 Grumman Avenue 

Newark, NJ 07112 

JOSEPH WOOD 

3048 W. Moncrief Road 

Jacksonville, FL 32209 

SAM WOODS 
Route 2 Box 441 
Lillington, NC 27546 

RONALD WRIGHT 
Route 4 Box 64-A 
Laurinburg, NC 28352 

JACQUELINE M. YOUNG 
Route 1 Box %-X 
Green Pond, SC 29446 

PAUL ZIMMER 
P.O. Box 54 
Kittrell, NC 27544 



STEPHANIE VITAL 
Route 1 Box 356 
Whitakers, NC 27891 



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